Imagine you hire someone, a chef, to cook for you. It’s a GREAT chef, best of the best, la creme de la creme. It costs you a lot of money, but you wanted the best, so you invested.
It’s her first day at the job, and you instruct her: “make me breakfast.” You go back to bed and ask not to be bothered. You come back an hour later and sit at the table.
The chef comes in and puts a silver plate in front of you with a gorgeous omelet, that smells like heaven. But you’re mad. You look at the new chef with horrible eyes and tell her:
“What is this? Why did you make eggs? I wanted waffles! Are you stupid? How come you didn’t make any waffles? Aren’t you supposed to be the best in the world? You cost me a fortune!”
That same day you find her resignation letter on your desk, and you’re back to having cornflakes for breakfast.
Now, whose fault is it you didn’t get what you wanted?
If you want something, ask for it. And always be grateful for the beautiful gifts you already have.