Stop Comparing Yourself To Other People
There can only be one you, warts and all.
The truth of the matter is that while we are acutely aware of our mistakes, we rarely see the mistakes of others.
We do see their achievements and successes. And unless we live with them, we tend to see others only when they are at their best.
No one can be at their best all day, every day.
They make mistakes for better or worse, the same as anyone else.
compare to 把…比作， 喻为； 与…相比；
How does this final presidential debate stack up and compare to the others, do you think?
The cost will soon compare to that of the DTL circuits.
We should compare to this problem more further the high opinion to that problem.
aware of 意识到
He became more aware of the things that started that tension off.
Sometimes we are not consciously aware of these feelings.
Businesses are now more aware of the importance of the "pink pound".