Complacency stops us from higher goals and achieving greater things.

When a person is complacent, he will stop living — he will simply exist. And when a person is simply existing, the joy of living will not be found in him. He will be energy-less, stick to rigid routines, oppose new ideas or change and will typically respond to every “Good Morning” with “What’s so good about the Morning?”

Someone has once said, “Like water the complacent man follows the easiest course — downhill. And he draws fake strength from looking back.

Wisdom Nugget for today says: Don’t Be Complacent.


Culled From Rajendra Pillai.