In the journey of life, we will inevitably encounter various problems, but the mentality of facing the problems determines everything. Some people choose to complain, while others choose to be grateful.
When a person complains, he must be taking a selfish point of view, putting himself in the role of the victim, thinking that the problems and difficulties are imposed on him by the outside world, not his own problems. This kind of thinking is very bad. It will make us hostile and resistant to the outside world, fall into very negative emotions, and miss opportunities for change and progress.
In contrast, gratitude is another state of mind. When we choose to be grateful, we are not ignoring problems or comforting ourselves, but seeing opportunities for our own growth and seeing others' care and help for us. This kind of mentality will allow us to fix the problem faster and be more powerful to face the next challenge.
A difference in mindset also affects our relationships with others. A person with a grateful heart tends to be more liked by others, because they value the relationship with others and are willing to give and help. And people who complain a lot are often selfish. They do everything for their own benefit and don't care about other people's feelings at all. Such people are destined not to be liked by others.
Life is full of choices, but what kind of perspective we use to see the world is entirely up to us.