The problem with us humans.

We chase comfort, happiness and joy.

We try to corral these fleeting substances into a constant and ready supply.

We forget that these things are just part of life, not the whole purpose of life.

We forget also that these things are not the states where objectives get achieved or great things done.

We are like addicts, hanging out for our latest fix,

selling out ourselves for the cheap high of an internal chemical fix.

Truth is, we do our best when we step out of our comfort zone, when we seek fulfillment of our values rather than our happiness and when we accept joy as a delightful and temporary visitor to our battlefield.

The best place to be between pain and extacy is somewhere between.

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