Esav resists Yaakov's gifts by declaring, "I have a lot, my brother."
Yaakov resists Esav's escort with the words, "I have everything."
Esav's words point to the material. "A lot" is a relative term. It makes sense only in comparison to others. It's horizontal. Esav's satiation comes from stuff and having more than.
Yaakov's words point to a vertical, a depth. There's no way to explain "everything" in the material realm. Though many have tried, no one can own all there is. The real wealth and satiation is coming to us as a gift, a good feeling from beyond. Yaakov knows to look in a different direction than more stuff.
We've all tasted of both outlooks. May we merit to be blessed with thoughts of gratitude and patient calm when those thoughts seem distant.