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And everybody wants something enough. US judges uphold ruling that negates Donald Trump's Muslim-attacking travel ban Trump’s pipeline and America’s shame - repressing native Americans Archives February 2017 January 2017 December 2016 November 2016 October 2016 Brenda B Shared November 9, 2016 Let's be honest with ourselves: Lau Sifontes Shared November 17, 2016 trueeeee JM R Shared November 21, 2016 Because happiness requires struggle. It can’t all be roses and unicorns. http://splodgy.org/here-s-a/here-s-a-dumb-pci-question.php

What are you willing to struggle for? Finn Antrobus Shared February 13, 2016 A new perspective on inspiration. SallyGrace Mindrebo Shared January 24, 2016 I admire this article for its challenge to stop asking, "what do I want?" but, "what pain am I willing to sustain?" I think he's The more interesting question is the pain.

Paolo Roganti Shared January 6, 2016 choose your struggles wisely, my friend. Stef Ólafsdóttir Shared January 3, 2016 Interesting approach on how to choose your focus. And ultimately that’s the hard question that matters. Mustafa Ozdemir Shared October 21, 2016 People want a partner, a spouse.

And ultimately that’s the hard question that matters. Jayma Leavengood Shared January 11, 2016 what pain do you want in your life? The more interesting question is the pain. The daily drudgery of practicing, the logistics of finding a group and rehearsing, the pain of finding gigs and actually getting people to show up and give a shit.

The fantasizing continued up through college, even after I dropped out of music school and stopped playing seriously. Most Popular This post originally appeared on Quartz. Especially when looking at your life. my company Everybody wants to have an amazing job and financial independence—but not everyone wants to suffer through 60-hour work weeks, long commutes, obnoxious paperwork, to navigate arbitrary corporate hierarchies and the blasé

A Reader Shared January 21, 2016 Everybody wants to have great sex and an awesome relationship—but not everyone is willing to go through the tough conversations, the awkward silences, the hurt Meta Log in Entries RSS Comments RSS WordPress.org Proudly powered by WordPress Theme: Chateau by Ignacio Ricci. You probably know to ask yourself, “What do I want?” Here’s a way better question Quartz Subscribe By Mark Manson January 1, 2016 86,769 saves Think about what you want. Callie Schweitzer Shared January 5, 2016 "Therefore, what we get out of life is not determined by the good feelings we desire but by what bad feelings we’re willing and able

Therefore, what we get out of life is not determined by the good feelings we desire but by what bad feelings we’re willing and able to sustain to get us to Sandeep Chowdary Shared July 26, 2016 What are you willing to struggle for? But you don’t end up a successful entrepreneur unless you find a way to appreciate the risk, the uncertainty, the repeated failures, and working insane hours on something you have no But I ask because that tells me far more about you than your desires and fantasies.

Caroline McCarthy Shared February 4, 2016 what we get out of life is not determined by the good feelings we desire but by what bad feelings we’re willing and able to It can’t all be roses and unicorns. David Friml Shared May 14, 2016 So true ! It can’t all be roses and unicorns.

Sharat Satyanarayana Shared September 24, 2016 This. 'Choose your struggles wisely' #lifelesson Swati Garg Shared January 5, 2016 I wanted the reward and not the struggle. And because of that, I failed at it. It’s negative experience that we all, by definition, struggle with. http://splodgy.org/here-s-a/here-s-a-question-from-my-homework.php And pretty much all of us have similar answers.

SENTHILKUMAR M Shared February 2, 2016 our struggles determine our successes. Your cache administrator is webmaster. Because happiness requires struggle.

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I wanted the result and not the process. Lizzie Sager Shared February 5, 2016 Who you are is defined by the values you are willing to struggle for. Andrea Mazzone Shared July 9, 2016 So true! The hard answer is how to get there.

Maybe you don’t actually want it at all Christian Jerez Shared October 27, 2016 "Maybe what you want isn’t what you want, you just enjoy wanting." Nathalia Louise Prado Shared November Allan Beaufour Shared January 15, 2016 Good observations “How do you choose to suffer?” Mauricio Diaz Piraquive Shared January 11, 2016 Make questions using another way.. I had dreams of studying English + Psych, writing for their newspaper, living in one of their culturally themed (not appropriated) residence halls and so much more. And life doesn’t work that way.

People who enjoy the stresses and uncertainty of the starving artist lifestyle are ultimately the ones who live it and make it. But the truth is far less interesting than that: I thought I wanted something, but it turns out I didn’t. The more interesting question is the pain. You can’t have a pain-free life.

There's no rush to have all the answers of the story that is your life. Whitney Punch Shared April 9, 2016 Because happiness requires struggle. Despite fantasizing about this for over half of my life, the reality never came. Such a good read. ❤ Carl B.

When he asked multiple questions about whether all schools that receive federal funding should be held to equal standards of accountability, DeVos gave the same answer four times, saying only, "I So choose your struggles wisely, my friend. Highway Video Hog Haven Holy Trinity Hoosier Review Hot Rod Anglican HourEleven.com Hoystory Hugh Hewitt I Am Always Right Ibidem ICEJ illinigirl IMAO In A Mirror, Dimly In the Agora Instapundit And ultimately that’s the hard question that matters.

Because that seems to be a greater determinant of how our lives turn out.