Life is a journey up a mountain. So, try not to compare yourself to others (or vise versa) too harshly. Instead focus on your own journey.
Real life isn’t a blockbuster movie where you always have to save the day or strive each moment to be perfect. Not everything is about whether you succeed or fail in the end. Trying also deserves a fair bit of credit.
We all have hobbies and our own reasons for doing them. But, let’s not forget that there’s rarely a “right” way to experience them beyond having fun and enjoying yourself.
We often times forget that what society says is “common” isn’t necessarily so. And that it might not be practiced by everyone.
This includes the “common courtesy” concept.
Like icebergs, people are more than what’s just above the surface. Who you are beneath the surface (your hidden self) matters too. Both parts make us whole.
The comfort scale is basically like a traffic light. Red means stop. Yellow means slow down or speed up. And green means go.