When something doesn’t meet your initial expectations, it’s OK to be dissatisfied.

But don’t stay in that mindset for too long, use it to make changes.

Dissatisfied with a process at work? Make it better.

Not happy with your relationships? Become a better spouse/partner/friend.

Unsure about your church?  Use your skills and gifts to make a positive contribution.

Don’t like your garden?  Roll up your sleeves and get digging.

Because dissatisfaction isn’t a reason to become jaded with the world, it’s a prompt to change it.

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