Contentment comes with living a content life. I’ve lived my life but I can’t say it’s been with contentment, I’ve had to fight every step of the way to get to where I am from the way I’ve been treated. But even if I’d had contentment, it’s something I would have had to continue to work on.
Contentment comes when you have everything you need emotionally and you’re at peace and at ease with yourself. But for us to have contentment we must understand and deal with our experiences and come to terms with our past.
It’s also important we come to understand what our purpose is, why we’re here and why the life we’ve had is the one meant for us. Contentment means looking at the little things without wanting or needing the bigger things and choosing to live in the moment because you can.
We mustn’t let jealousy, comparisons, aggression from us, or aggression from others in, because those will interfere with contentment. They are major factors of discontentment and discontentment that if you have for long enough will eventually leave scars on your soul.