We appreciate the accuracy of these Yiddish words: "kvetchor kwetching" (person who endlessly whines or complains; a person who finds fault with anything and everything). The same goes for its Yiddish antonym: "kvell or kvelling." It means (to be extraordinarily pleased, burst with pride, gush, praise, be excited, happy).
When you are in the kvelling mode, things go well and the universe cooperates with you and gives you moments to kvell about, (like our two perfect cappuccinos lovingly made at Handlebar Coffee Roasters in Santa Barbara (pictured above). Whereas, when you are kvetching the universe cooperates by giving you things that will keep you kvetching...The universe aims to please!
At any moment in the day you can switch gears, preferably from kvetching to kvelling. Whenever, either one of us feel like complaining, we remind ourselves of this quote:
There are at least a billion people on earth at this moment who would consider their prayers answered, if they could trade places with you!