There once were two brothers who lived in a small town. The twin brothers grew up knowing nothing else but poverty. Their father was an alcoholic and their mother a domestic worker. They grew up with very little.

On their way home one day, their parents were involved in a bus accident and died instantly. The brothers’ condition became even worse. At age seventeen they separated. Years and years later a family member decided to find them for a family reunion.

One of the brothers was a wealthy engineer owning a construction company. He had a wife and three beautiful kids. The other was an alcoholic with no sense of direction for his life.

The family member asked the engineer, “How did your life turn out like this?”
“What did you expect with a childhood like mine?” he answered.She moved on to the other brother with the same question.
“What did you expect with a childhood like mine?” was his answer.

Moral: We are not disturbed by the things that happened but by our perception of the things that happened.

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