Thursday, September 1, 2016


Generally speaking, humans - or at least, a large segment of humans - aim to be able to enjoy a comfortable living, furnished by way of income, shelter, and relationship stability, among other things. It is perhaps, then, the cruelest twist of fate that comfort - insomuch as routine becomes it - paradoxically becomes one of the greatest barriers to continual development and accrual of things that may then provide additional comfort. Simply put:

1. We seek comfort
2. Routine becomes comfort
3. Comfort destroys comfort

Alas, such reality is one of the greatest sources of existential dissatisfaction among the population at large.

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