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7-02-2011 @ 7:14AM
That's a fairly bad measuring stick. By that logic, complaining about anything, ever, that isn't as serious as starving children makes me a bad person.I lost my job to downsizing almost 2 years ago and have been unable to find work. That's not as serious as starving to death as a child. Since I'm not starving to death, it's not even in the ballpark.But, I don't feel crappy for complaining about it when it happened. Or complaining about it right now.On a long enough timeline, all importance drops to zero. It's all an infinitesimal speck on the tiniest flicker of time in the endless eons that make up the history of the universe, in a thousand years noone will care about any slight little or big thing that happens now.As long as you realize, at the end of the day, what's important and what isn't, complain away. There's much worse things you could be doing.
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