gospel of comfortability
The safest and most comfortable thing we can do it to assume we’ve reached our limit. To assume we can push no more. To assume we can’t go over that hurdle. To assume that we have peaked.
It’s easy to rest there. To take a breather when you’ve already pushed. When you’ve already topped the hurdle. When you’re already standing on top of a mountain.
You can put a flag on that mountain. Maybe build a statue to your achievements. You can impress others with what you’ve done.
The alternative is to hike back down into the valley and make your way to the next peak. There’s probably another struggle down there. Probably no cell service or wi-fi. But once you make it to the next peak, you’ll find an even better view.