Be Happy With Your Lot
Do not yearn for any other situation in the world besides the one you actually find yourself in. A person who masters this skill will never be sad about his life situation. He accepts his present situation as his particular challenge in life — even when he is unable to change it. This attitude is usually not mastered just by reading about it. Consistently work on integrating it into your thoughts. The more you repeat this thought to yourself, the more it becomes part of your thinking.
Source: (Avraham ben HaRambam; Hamaspik L’ovdai Hashem, p.119; Rabbi Pliskin’s Gateway to Happiness, p.179) http://www.aish.com/sp/dl/46124247.html
Mishna 1(b) : Walking Away from Wealth
“Ben (the son of) Zoma said: Who is wise? He who learns from all people, as it is said: ‘From all those who taught me I gained understanding’ (Psalms 119:99). Who is strong? He who conquers his evil inclination, as it is said: ‘Better is one slow to anger than a strong man, and one who rules over his spirit than a conqueror of a city’ (Proverbs 16:32). Who is rich? He who is satisfied with his lot, as it is said: ‘When you eat the toil of your hands you are fortunate and it is good for you’ (Psalms 128:2). ‘You are fortunate’ — in this world; ‘and it is good for you’ — in the World to Come. Who is honored? He who honors others, as it is said: ‘For those who honor Me will I honor, and those who scorn Me will be degraded’ (I Samuel 2:30).” Read More: https://torah.org/learning/pirkei-avos-chapter4-1b/
They have tried So hard to destroy The Ten Commandments One at a time by way of Everything… One can clearly see today how Socialism completely contradicts these Divine Commandments.