Feeling frustrated because you can't remember where you left something? Don't worry: even the Pope loses things sometimes.
The new Pope Benedict's elder brother, Georg Ratzinger, 81, told Germany's Bild am Sonntag newspaper Sunday that the pontiff's main weakness was his forgetfulness.
"He sometimes misplaces things, and all of a sudden doesn't know where his watch, his keys or a specific paper are anymore," the paper quoted Ratzinger as saying.
What does Georg value most in his sibling, who is 78?
"His clarity of thought," his patience and "that we help each other out," Bild am Sonntag quoted him as saying.
Georg Ratzinger, who is a priest, has previously been quoted as saying his brother might be too old for his new job.
He attended Sunday's inaugural papal Mass by the former Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger but said he had not brought a gift for a man who had everything.
He said he planned to ask his brother for just one thing - "His direct telephone number."
Give him a few months and he could very well be wondering where his flock has gone too.