No Reward in Complaining

There’s no fun in excuses.
That is an addiction
that should be played with sparingly
or not at all.

“I can” should be adopted more.
I can’t I cannot stand
yet it is stuck in my vocabulary
along with many other discrepancies.

There’s no reward in complaining. It kills
good vibes, creates extreme difficulties,
slows down self-development, promotes
speed traps of dissatisfaction, negative
vibrations, annoying little tricksters,
sending out a casting call for gratitude.

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