Redraft and edit your work. Always read your work aloud to pick up on confusing sentences, ambiguous words and the natural cadence of the writing. Look for spelling errors, mechanical errors and grammatical errors. Create a checklist of items to remind you what to look for such as subject/verb agreement, use of commas and run-on sentences. Ask yourself if the thesis is clear and whether it is clearly discussed in the body of the paper. Finally, ask someone else to read your paper. Most writers will miss something that others will naturally see.
Moral of the story: People that look like they are doing “better” than you…like more money, fame and fortune at a young age…like 1 million followers on twitter, but no “real” friends in real life….While you’re working overtime for popcorn, and you don’t have 1 million twitter followers because you’re too busy being a loving, compassionate friend to all you come in contact with in real life… spiritual development (the brick house)….This seems unfair…UNTIL THAT BIG BAD WOLF SHOWS UP!! (unexpected sickness, disaster and calamity)