The problem with many of us is that we always think that
we’ll be happy when we reach a certain destination — when
we get a certain job, or retire, or get our dream house.
Unfortunately, it takes awhile before you get there, and when
you get there, you might have a new destination in mind.
Instead, try being happy with where you are, with who you
are, and what you have. To do that, instead of comparing
what you have with other people, or with what you want,
compare yourself those who have less, with those who are
going through tragedy, with those who are struggling. You
will see that you actually are extremely blessed. And this can
lead to more happiness with your current situation.