The Universe is large. Like, impossibly large. And getter bigger. You are much smaller. And while you may increase (or decrease) your mass by a “large” degree during your time in existence, it’s hard to compare that to the size of.a planet.
Much less a star.
Much less galaxy. Quite ridiculous, actually.
As Douglas Adams once noted, space is big. Like, really, really, big.
What are *your problems* in the context of that? In the context of a million years? A billion?
How about where time itself ceases to exist on the edges of the Universe? What do your bills matter to that?
How does your complaint compare to a supernova? A millennia? Space is vast and long, our lives short and sweet.
There is both a difference and sameness to be appreciated.