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As young adults we all tend to whine and complain a lot.

Read out to this poem. It will change how you think about whining and complaining… 🙂

Today upon a bus I saw a lovely girl with golden hair. I envied her – she seemed so gay – and wished I were as fair. But suddenly she rose to leave. I saw her hobble down the isle, she had only one leg and wore a crutch, but as she passed, a smile…
Oh, God forgive me when I whine,

I have two legs, the world is mine.

I stopped to buy some candy. The lad who sold them had such charm. I
stopped to talk to him, he seemed so glad – if I was late could do
no harm. As I left he said to me, “I thank-you, you had been so
kind. It’s nice to talk to folks like you, you see,” he said, “I am
Oh, God forgive me when I whine,

I have two eyes, the world is mine.

Later while walking down the street, I saw a child with eyes of
blue. He stood and watched the others play, he did not know what to
do. I stopped a moment and said, “Why don’t you join the others,
dear?” He looked ahead without a word and then I knew, he couldn’t
Oh, God forgive me when I whine,

I have two ears, the world is mine.


With feet to take me where I go,
With eyes to see the sun-set glow,
With ears to hear what I would know.
Oh, God forgive me when I whine,

I am blessed indeed, the world is mine!

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