“We do not really feel grateful toward those who make our dreams come true; they ruin our dreams.” Eric Hoffer
They fed one group as much food as they could eat. They fed the other group just enough so that they were always a bit hungry.
The first group became lazy and lethargic and suffered a whole onslaught of diseases associated with poor health choices.
The second group had more energy, were more productive and lived longer.
Maybe there’s something to always being a bit hungry…
in our careers
in our relationships
in our dreams.
It’s good to have a dream,
But maybe it’s more about the journey
The process of getting there
the fighting for.
When I get what I want, I’m happy.
But then inevitably
I begin to miss the dreaming,
the striving to get there.
What do you think? Which is better, the journey or the destination?
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