I’ve never felt like a winner in my life, but I learned that not winning doesn’t mean I’m a loser.
If I could pick one word from the entirety of the English language whose meaning makes people more miserable than anything else, that word would be “control.”
The real issue is one that we all encounter whenever we complain about any ongoing problem: we aren’t looking deep enough.
Perhaps in our pursuit of more and stronger and faster and better, we forgot what makes life worth living in the first place.
It is you who must ultimately decide, is what you’re doing adding value to your life? Or is it just distracting you from what would actually be fulfilling?