Many times people forget to look around and see what they have. They are too busy caught up complaining about everything that is going wrong, they have no time to see what is going right. This is expounded when the “problems” they are complaining about are really blessings but they fail to seeor notice it. The most common example is when people have a simcha. Some people will complain how everything is so hard to do and there is so much to take care of and yada yada yada. They are so caught up in complaining that they fail to see the people standing on the sidelines davening to Hashem that they should have such “problems”. People who don’t have many simchos in their life don’t have to worry about where to put up the guests, or how to pay for the expenses. There are many people that would love to have to figure out ways to deal with these “problems”. As I prepare for my wedding on January 18th, there will be many times that I will encounter “problems” along the way. It’s very easy to just complain about how it is so hard to have to work on all these things. Hopefully, I will be able to remind myself that there are plenty of people out there who can’t find a shidduch and would love to be planning for their wedding. I want to thank Hashem for giving me these “problems” and look forward to more “problems” that come from good things.