A long time ago, there was a dog relaxing in a house. He looked up and saw a cat sitting on a tall wall. He thought to himself, "Wow, that cat is so lucky. I wish I could climb that wall."
Then, he saw a goldfish swimming in a tank. He felt jealous again, imagining how wonderful it would be to swim in the cool water.
Right at that moment, the fish spoke to him and said, "The grass over there looks so warm and comfy. I wish I could lie on it." Just then, a sparrow flew by and commented, "Oh, how great it must be to play in the sun all day. I wish I didn't have to search for food and get tired flying around."
Listening to all of this, the dog suddenly understood how fortunate he was and began to appreciate all the things he had.
The lesson here is: Sometimes, we think things are better on the other side. But real happiness comes from valuing what we already have.