Moral History ‣ Blank Question Sheet

One day, a professor entered the classroom and asked his students to prepare for a surprise test. They were eagerly waiting at their desks for the exam to begin.
As usual, the professor showed the question paper down. After he had distributed them all, he asked his students to turn over the pages and begin.
To everyone’s surprise, there was no question, just a black dot in the middle of the page. “I want you to write down what you see there,” said the professor, looking at everyone’s faces.
Confused students are given dizzying tasks. At the end of class, the professor took all the answer sheets and began reading each one out loud in front of all the students.
Answer paper
Without exception, they describe the black point and try to explain its position in the middle of the page.
After everything had been read, there was silence in the classroom. The professor began to explain: “I’m not going to give you this grade, I just wanted to give you something to think about.
No one wrote on paper. Everyone focused on the black dot
and the same thing happens in our lives. We have a white paper to observe and enjoy, but we always focus on the black spots.
Our life is a gift from God. We always have a reason to celebrate. The nature that renews itself every day, the friends around us, the work that sustains our lives, the wonders we see every day.”
“However, we insist on focusing only on dark spots and health issues
Pressure, lack of money, confrontation with family members, disappointment with friends, etc.
Dark spots are tiny compared to everything else in our lives, but they pollute our minds.
Take your eyes off the dark spots in your life. Enjoy every moment and every blessing that life gives you. Live happily and optimistically!”
Moral of the story:
As the professor explained, life is a bag of good and bad things. We all have positives and negatives along the way.
But we should always focus more on the positive aspects of a healthy and happy life. Life goes on no matter what, so don’t waste your time thinking about the negative.

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