What drives you? What keeps you going?
Seriously. With all that can go wrong, what keeps you pushing to onward? Much love.
Sleep. I feel that takes precedent over rest. I can remember working hard to accomplish something and the driving force was being able to sleep. Achieving or accomplishing became secondary. Sleep was the motivation or the motive force acting upon the energy of achieving a objective, goal, or destination.
That in my mind becomes complicated by need. The need of sleep versus the desire of sleep. Not matter as ultimately sleep keeps me going.
Simple buddy, i want to see "all that can go right"....Bruce Lee said to get ready, & then "stay" ready....You can't see the future, & no one knows what's right around the corner....I can't see around the corner either, but I'm fit & ready for anything....Once a person is ready, what ever they need arrives out of nowhere (tested myself many times)....That's as Bruce Lee would say is how people grow, & he said himself life is about "continuous growth"....So we grow, & are then rewarded by ourself....If we sit there & hope we're not growing we're shrinking, & we're then punishing ourself & will feel the pain....Put it this way if a person had a choice would they really want to know their life's destiny right now, that to me would be very boring & not much of a test....Most people want the rewards before the effort, & they never think for one minute....That they could get everything they want if they put some effort in up front, but alas most are too lazy....Anyone who follows their heart instead of money will be shown the way to go, curiosity alone was enough to drive me so get curious. :-)
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