The Ingrate

In retrospect, it would have been better if he didn’t have any neighbours to compare his own household to, but he does, and even though he knows he has more, it doesn’t mean that he has better.

So when it appears that his lot seems suddenly much more insignificant, he has to do something to rectify that. But when he finally gets to have what he wants, he comes to realise that he doesn’t know exactly what he wants, not because he’s lacking in ideas but because he can’t decide what’s better for him.

In the heat of the moment, all he manages to wish for is trouble upon trouble, and enough “if onlys” to last for a lifetime.

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