Concerning ourselves with the successes of others does nothing more than to distract us from focusing on our own. Perhaps this is one of the reasons why people never know what they have until it is gone.
There are moments in life that are defined by simple actions that can heavily influence the outcomes of our futures. Perhaps this is why these evens rarely occur - hoping and waiting for someone to pay attention to their significance.
Internalized insecurities can contribute to the envy that leads individuals to do unspeakable things. Perhaps this is why jealousy exists as an emotion that possesses a great deal of strength, which is why it must be addressed and assessed at every turn.
How many life experiences would be classified as coincidental? How many of these experiences have the capacity to change our lives for the better?
Can restlessness motivate someone to take the time to think about what their lives have become? If so, what experiences can lead an individual to not only question the outcomes of their lives, but to change them for the better?
Human beings absorb far more information than they consciously acknowledge. This results in the subconscious influence of information on our lives. It is only in moments where we take the time to reflect on our observations that we begin to become mindful of the things that we see but are never cognizant of. These are the little things that can be easily dismissed only to have a profound effect on our perceptions of reality.