We must learn to fight against the pull of comparison in our culture.
Comparison rarely enjoys what one HAS, but instead dwells on what someone else has and, consequently, obsesses over what I therefore, LACK. AND a casualty of comparison is generosity. We are drawn to give generously when we experience a sense of our abundance, when we become aware of the blessings that surround us. But comparison blinds us to our blessings and forces us to look at all that we lack and focuses our attention on our perceived scarcity!
Comparison is public enemy #1 of the satisfied life.