The Grass is Always Greener On the Other Side of the Fence refers to the way we tend to look at other people’s lives and other things that we don't have in general through. It comes from the idea of looking at a neighbours lawn and seeing it as better looking, healthier and overall greener then your own when in reality you’re just ignoring anything negative about it and downplaying everything positive about your own.
For example, we tend to look others blogs and we always like to compare with ours. Some of the blog looks very cool and mesmerize. But then, when we read their content and facts, it seems like it does not attractive as it look. A good blog dose not mean that it is pretty and have lots of pictures. The content also took count which is why you have the followers whom you share your thoughts and facts with. Meanwhile, the language also take count so that we understand what writers want to state in their blog so the reader would not get confuse.
More than that, we also like to compare UniKL MICET with other universities. No offense! We always thought that MICET is the worst compared to other universities. How MICET manage the budget coming in and out, the facilities, and many more. Instead of being positive, a lot of us MICETians think a lot of negative side towards MICET. But, a lot of people did not know that MICET have the lattes technology in laboratory rather then other universities. For practical and hands on also, MICET is still the best. Compared to other IPTA and IPTS including UTP, they have approximately 60% theory and 40% hands on, which does not meet the industrial requirement where they need people who can work on practically. But not all universities are perfect. What make the universities grate is the pupil and the lecturers.
There are other things that we like to compare with. But, not all that we compare with always look that better. Sometimes, what we own cannot be replace. The worst mistake is if we compare ourself with peoples around. We should be thankful towards our All Mighty Creator for what He had give us and work hard if we wanted to achieve something better and not with short cuts. With that we will live life to the fullest and we will have no regret for what we have.