Fanning ourselves in the hot days of summer make us long for the cool breezes of autumn. The cooling wind of autumn makes us long for the warmer days of spring. But first, we must get through the cold, long nights of winter. It seems we are never quite satisfied. The tea is too hot, too cold, too sugary, too bitter. We complain about the chicken wings being gone at the all you can eat buffet, and in that time a dozen people may have died from starvation around the world. Count your blessings, thank your lucky stars for what you have.