The Vision depends on the Glasses
At the time of the geulah (meaning: now), it will be like two twins in the womb. For nine months the womb has been very comfortable, all they could want. But now, the walls of the womb start convulsing and things are not like they were before.
One of the twins starts screaming in fear “It’s the end!! It’s the end!! G.d help us!! Oy-what have we done to deserve this?!”
His brother, on the other hand, is getting excited, and starts talking about how wonderful it will be to finally go out into the world, to experience real life, all the things they will see and be able to do, this is the whole reason for being cramped in for so long–it’s so exciting it’s finally happening!!
Same womb. Same birth. Different vision.
It all depends on the glasses.
Take the advice of Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai: put on the glasses of PNIMIYUT HATORAH, the teachings which will help you experience the coming out of exile (=the birth) with rachamim.