We ought to never be little of the significance of what we have as of now gotten. We ought not surrender what we have with a specific end goal to increase more noteworthy benefits in future. What we may get in future is entirely questionable. Envision a hunter who caught a bird. Promptly in the wake of getting the bird he sees two birds in the shrub. If he surrenders the bird in his grasp so as to catch the birds in the shrubbery, then he is being silly. It is very conceivable that he may come up short in his endeavor to get the two birds in the hedge. A man may be disappointed with his occupation. However, it would be foolish, to surrender the occupation keeping in mind the end goal to strive for a superior employment. So we ought to dependably know the significance of what we have picked up in life.