At times, when all our questions, fears and insecurities wrap us up, we come up with the thought of “I wish I was somebody else.”
More frequently than not, we think and trust that somebody or rather, most people are better than us - when actually, the fact is, a lot of people are more frightened than us.
We see a young business entrepreneur and say, “what else could he need?” He stares at himself at the mirror and grumbles to himself, “I detest my eyes… I wonder why my prospects won’t talk to me….”
Isn’t it curious? We look at other people, envy them for looking so terribly perfect and wish we could trade places with them, while they consider us and think of the same thing. We're jealous of other people who themselves are jealous of us. We suffer from low self-regard, lack of assurance and lose hope in self-improvement and ever winning anyone over.