Our everyday life has darkness and light, facilities and dead ends, joys and sorrows, and once could complement in infinite situations and personal experiences with corresponding content.
All of us prefer the positive and easy things and we move away from the difficult and unpleasant ones. And that is the human nature. We prefer things nice and easy, and avoid difficult and unpleasant things. Every course that requires extra effort, as a rule – although there are exceptions to the rule – is not the way we want to go. But we all agree that the things we remember from the difficult times are more than the things we remember from quiet days.
This tells us that although we avoid them, our consciousness is shaped during these times, our personal history is written; this happens in the dead ends we managed to find a way out from and stand on our feet, that’s where our personal thermometer has captured our most extraordinary performance, and engraved with the incandescent chisel the image of success. And that determines our lives. The rest of the days are a break and not the goal.