Let us stop being fussy for silly issuesAround ten years ago, a Tamil Brahmin wedding went on so well, and all the guests assembled the young couple and there was happiness all around.
And then came the big thing. The lunch. The lunch was served in the traditional way, on banana leaves, and everything went on well.
Just then, even while she was having her lunch, the sister of the bridegroom stood up on her seat, and demanded that there should be a laddu of a far better quality that should be served. Yes, the laddu was okay, could have been better, but the occasion and the manner in which the girl created such a big fuss, left a very bad taste in the mouth. The relatives on either side tried their best to intervene and do something. In fact, the parents of the boy did all that was possible to cool down their daughter.
We should never be fussy about small issues relating to food, late trains, and even bad days when the weather could have disturbed our routine.
Life is full of uncertain things and we are victims of some circumstance or the other. We all have weaknesses as well as strengths. We should not focus on our weaknesses at all and be humble.
If we concentrate on our strengths, we would not focus on silly issues for being fussy.
We should just move on, and do all that we do to lead normal lives.