what ails ya

GW was always saying: “It’s good for what ails ya.” This applied to food, chores, or anything we kids did not want to do. Obviously he was suggesting to stop complaining.

But the deeper thought was that everything one encounters has benefit, even if negative on the surface. Stop complaining and look for the possible benefits; look to see how the situation may be helpful to you.

Examples included:

  1. Food:
  2. Chores:

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