How many people compare themselves with others and say: "I wish I was like this, I wish I was like that. I wish I had this person's house, his car, his child, his wife." ? Why compare? How do you know he doesn't have problems? But we compare and measure. We want explanations. You have a garden; take care of your own garden. You've been taking care of other people's gardens, and the vermin have been eating yours. You can't have that. Take care, prune, don't let the weeds get out of hand. Take care of this beautiful garden, this beautiful life you've been given. How? By not finding fault with it, but accepting it. By not comparing it, but admiring it.