My neighbors SUV is nicer than mine.
They have a nicer house too.
And how did he found a job like he did?
How much does he make, you think?
And they went where on vacation last year?
I mean, good grief, his wife is a knock-out.
Funny how we do not wish for the patience, joy, love, and self-control we see in others.
“When you focus on the things you need,” he went on to explain, “you’ll find those needs increasing. If you concentrate your thoughts on what you don’t have, you will soon be concentrating on other things that you had forgotten you don’t have —and feel worse! If you set your mind on loss, you are more likely to lose … But a grateful perspective brings happiness and abundance into a person’s life.”
–Andy Andrews, The Noticer