Somebody says that the art of being happy lies in the power of finding joy in ordinary things. Adding value to other people, improving lives. That’s what gives joy. But when the focus becomes: “How much money is in there for me?” “How much money will I get out from this?” Then the meaning is lost and the joy disappears. And so greed can get us what we want but can rob us of what we already have. And the loss is bigger than the profit.
We are constantly motivated with the big picture of success but we should also pay attention to the small things. Those who are faithful in the little things would now be ready and responsible to handle the big things. Be careful with the details. Big things happen only when we do the small things right.