We tend to loose the big picture.
Complaining about the piled-up tasks, never-end exams. Feeling dumb for having a bad score. Yet we forget we can go to school.
Whining about how hard our life, about we crack under the pressure, about we can’t stand still anymore. Yet we forget we have a life.
Never satisfied with our weights, our body curves, our heights. Disappointed whenever we see our reflections. Yet we forget we still breath.
Grumbling about how annoying our parents are, frustrated with our siblings, wish we born into a better family. Yet we forget we already have one.
Some of what we have now are privileges to others.
People miss the big pictures. We fail to see the biggest part.