Life would appear to be better for many if they appreciated the people and things in their lives.
The mistake that a lot of people get themselves caught up in is: complaining instead of trying to see the positive aspects of a person or a situation that they are in.
For example: during food consumption, they complain about the lack of seasoning and flavour instead of appreciating the fact that they have food to eat — food that nourishes their body.
At that moment, they may be oblivious to the fact that they are able to have a meal while some unfortunate individuals are going through unwanted periods of starvation.
In the world of business, those who show appreciation for their customers are the ones who repeatedly get increased sales.
Also workplaces that have an appreciation for their employees usually are the ones with happy and contented employees; which leads to increased production.
We all know that people will not stay married for long if the husband or the wife lacks appreciation for the things that are said and done by each other.
Appreciation applies to the blogosphere too, because if we don’t appreciate our fellow bloggers by reading their articles pressing the “Like,” tab and commenting on their work, we are probably in the wrong field.
Even some animals are known to abandon their caretakers due to lack of appreciation (I knew a dog once who left his owner and made a home elsewhere — a place where he received food, LOVE and some quality time with his new owner).
Never take a thing like appreciation for granted; you would be asking for a whole heap of trouble if you did.