I'm almost through with reading a Christmas gift my father gave me, called Don't Sweat the Small Stuff... And It's All Small Stuff
. It has quite a bit of good stuff in it on how to be happy and have a peaceful, calming lifestyle. Its changing my life daily with the simple points and instructions. I'm recommending it to everyone I know (amazon link
for you folks. Its under $12, and amazon has 35 pages of the book for you to peruse!), and will probably buy copies and send it to my relatives for gifts (not presents for a reason like a birthday, but just a gift without a reason).
Anyway, there was a point he made that I'd like to ask you guys. Its philosophy, so everyone share their opinion (but don't get into a flamefest):
Life isn't fair. We all should know that by now. The question is should we strive to make life fair, or should we do the best with what we have?