Life advice from a house

I received this in a Whatsapp message from a friend. I don’t know where it originated from. I find it quite interesting. I hope you find it useful:

I asked myself how to handle life. I looked around. And my house provided the answers.

Roof said: Aim high

Fan said: Be cool

Clock said: Value time

Calendar said: Be up to date

Wallet said: Save now for the future

Mirror said: Always observer yourself

Wall said: Share others’ load

Window said: Expand your vision

Floor said: Always be down to earth

Stairs said: Watch each step you take

Bed said: Rest well. Tomorrow will be better

And the most important of all are what the toilet bowl and the toilet paper said.

Toilet bowl said: When it’s time to let it go, let it go!

Toilet paper said: Expect shit everyday!

Just goes to show that some of the most profound advice can lie in the most mundane of things. Look around, what other inspiration can you find in common, everyday things?

[Featured image: IS (unfortunately) NOT MY HOUSE… source]

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