If the world around you always looks blurry.
Try checking your eyes, maybe you need new glasses.
Almost every day I hear people complaining about their "world" that looks blurry. Or complain about other people, or other parties, who are always in the wrong position. In fact, if you come to a conclusion, whether the world is blurry or bright, whether someone else is wrong or not, is in our own hands.
I once met an executive of a large company. Early in the morning he was hiding behind his big table. At the table a stack of newspapers was finished reading that morning. Sentences that spurt from his mouth are, criticisms of the government, corruption, crime, his men who are not according to his wishes, and the world and national economy that is not conducive, and so on. At least he said "just look at the paper sir!" It was as if the father had lived in the "newspaper realm" that was piled on his desk.
While many of his company's competitors swiftly captured the opportunities behind the crisis. He chose to sit blame the situation. For him, everyone is wrong. The government is wrong, his men are wrong, the national economy is wrong, the world economy is moreover. I rushed away, because I knew, in his eyes, I was wrong.