Your perception of your life comes from the way you listen.
If you want life to be interesting, be interested. When you are interested, all of a sudden the people and circumstances around you become interesting. The people and things in your life don’t change, you change.
If you don’t want your life to seem disappointing, stop being disappointed. When you are disappointed, the people and situations in your life become disappointing. The things outside of you don’t change and actually become disappointing, you have changed.
Disappointment always has to do with timing. We feel disappointed when the things we want to happen don’t happen on the timeline we get attached to. Dis-appointment feels like a missed-appointment. When we can allow ourselves to let go of our attachments and allow the natural timing of things to unfold, life and the people in our life stop seeming disappointing.
You are responsible for how you perceive other people and the world. You actually have the ability to live a life where you don't have to be disappointed in others or yourself. When you allow things to unfold with forgiveness and don’t need to be attached, that is when things can become interesting.