Compared to what? →
Thanks to marketing, the media and our culture, we spend a lot of our time comparing before we decide whether or not we're happy.
Comparison can be good. It can show us where we need to improve. It can help push us forward.
But when comparison leads to mere frustration, guilt, shame, or pride, it needs to stop. We need to stop looking at other people (what they do or don't do, what they have or don't have) and live our own lives, pursuing Christ — not stuff or fame.