One day a man was getting his windscreen washed at a petrol station. When the attendant finished, the man said, ‘That’s a terrible job. Re-do my windscreen – it’s as dirty as when you started.’
So, the attendant wiped it again. The man looked it over and in frustration said, ‘That window hasn’t changed a bit.’
The man’s wife was sitting next to him in the car fuming. She reached over, pulled off his glasses, wiped them, and gave them back to him.
The attendant had been doing his job correctly. The man himself was the problem all along.
The glasses you’re looking through determine what you see, and how you see it.
When you look through the lens of jealousy and envy, you become resentful of the blessings of others.
When you look through the lens of judgementalism, you speak and act without mercy and grace.
When you look through the lens of fear and unbelief, you restrict yourself.
When you look through the lens of selfishness, you put yourself first and your loved ones suffer.
When you look through the lens of negativity and cynicism, people begin to avoid you because you’re not enjoyable to be around.
Just as your glasses need to be wiped clean from the contamination around you, so do your heart and mind.