I can’t call this one humor but it is from Velma.
Life is all about perspective, and sometimes you need a small nudge to see things that way. On those days that things seem the worst, this could be a good thing to read. Maybe those “things” are really inconsequential. Always allow yourself the option to be objective. You may come out of that objectivity with a totally new view of life.
One day, a financially comfortable father decided to take his son to the country, with the purpose of showing him how poor people live, and that the son could understand the value of things, and realize how fortunate they were.
They stayed overnight at a very humble family’s farm for 1 day and 1 night.. As the trip ended, and during their return home, the father asks his son:
So what did you think of the trip? It was great, dad! Did you see how poor and needy some people have to live? Yes! And what did you learn?
I saw that we have one dog in the house, but they have four. We have a huge swimming pool, but they have a river that never ever ends. We have imported lamps in the patio, they have the stars. Our backyard ends at the fence, but theirs goes on and on into the horizon. Especially though, dad, I saw that they have time to talk to each other and live as a family. You and Mom have to work all day, and I hardly see you both!
As the conversation ended, the father remained silent, and his son added: Thanks Dad, for showing me how rich we could be!!
— Author Unknown