Technically, you can do it too!
It took me about 12 years of constant practice before I really drew something that looked the way I wanted it to. But for most of those years I was a little kid, so like, you could probably get there even faster than me.
My comic's discord server has a couple of folks who never drew at all until the past couple of years and have been trying to teach themselves, and to be honest? I'm AMAZED with the progress they've made. You absolutely can start from 0 and get better and better, if it's something that you want to do.
At the same time, I know that art is a blessing for me. I've been excited about drawing from a young age, and there were a lot of things that didn't get encouraged in me in the same way. Like, I probably COULD learn to program, but I never really had a drive to do it. I think there's a joy in creating that, if I completely lost that joy, I don't think I could do it, and I'm really grateful for that and try not to take it for granted.
When I see people who are much better at a thing than I am, part of me has to realise that it just isn't a path I chose, or want to take. When I'm with someone who can sing super well, I gotta admit I'm a little jealous -- the ability to sing beautifully is something magical to me, a skill I wish I could just, be bestowed with. But it's not like that; I could take 5 years of voice lessons, have my voice critiqued and pushed and perfected, and I'd be good at singing too..... and I know I don't really want to put in that work.
So I try to stay away from telling them that they're lucky, because I think that sorta undermines the truth of how they chose to pour their heart and soul into something that I chose not to spend time on. I do think they're fortunate to have that skill and that passion and a space to express it, and I might tell them that I wish I had the passion for the craft that they do because it really shows, and it creates something beautiful -- I think there are ways to share that feeling, that admiration and envy, that aren't disparaging or undermining to the skill and the work they've put in.