Under challenging times, you need to consider what are your options; what you have; and not what you don’t have! It’s about having peace and joy with what you have; not glorifying in what is not there for you. Yes, “Better is a dry morsel with quietness, Than a house full of feasting with strife.” (Proverbs 17:1). Nothing is appealing about a dry morsel. Yet the blessing of quietness and peace is so great, that it can make a dry fraction seem better than the alternative presented. Peace and contentment, and especially domestic peace, are beyond all other blessings. Overall, it would be best if you considered each felt that might upset your happiness. If you have fewer solaces than you used to have, or fewer solaces than others have, or fewer solaces than you want, do you not still have more than you merit? It’s about the examination of those things you have that make you happy, and that is why it is all about contentment. That’s it!!!