Every time a question is asked, a statement is also being made. A lot of times, when a question is asked, it is actually another question that is really asked. And, another question (in addition) is always answered.
"You might pass 5,000 cars on your morning commute, and 4,999 of them might be perfect, polite drivers. But then you pass that one guy in the SUV who literally stuck his buttocks out of his side window and took a flying shit on your hood. When you get to work, are you going to talk about the 4,999 good drivers or the flying hood shitter? You're going to focus on the negative, because your brain is hardwired to devote more attention to the misery in life." - Cracked.com
Maybe we should start complementing the regular good every day, instead of taking it for granted.