In the Maha Bharat the preceptor, Dronachrya, asked the eldest of the Pandavas (Dharmaja) and the Kauravas (Duryodhana), to go round the kingdom and find out how many good persons and bad persons were there.
Dharmaja came back and reported that he could not find a single bad person. He could find some badness only in himself.
Duryodhana told the Guru that he could not find a single good person. If there was any good man, that was himself, he said.
Dronacharya pondered over this divergent findings and realised that the outlook of each of them determined the nature, of their findings.
Dharmaja, being a good man, found only what is good in everyone.
Duryodhana, with his evil mind, could only see the bad side in every body.
Everything thus depends on the outlook of the person concerned and not on the nature of the things he observes.
If one looks at the world with a good mind everything will appear good. There is nothing wrong with Srishti (CREATION), if we don’t have defective Drishti (VISION)!