Would you rather feel content than challenged?
Is feeling content a good thing? I personally feel that being challenged and discovering life is better what do you think?
LOL -- I personally think in a world so filled with rapid change, greed and power tripping people, being content is a challenge itself.
In order to grow, you need to be challenged from time to time. But there is nothing wrong with contentment-it is much healthier than being bitter or angry about life.
I would rather feel challenged for a period, then after beating the challenge, being content for a bit just to have a break, then be challenged again.
Depends on what context. Intellectually, I like (even *need*) to be challenged. For everything else in life, content is ideal for me!
i think it depends on you and your pearsonlaty type for some being content works others like a challange it just depends on how and who you are what works for you is yours pearsonaly i like to find a healthy balance between the two
I have to agree with you, being challenged is by far more preferable. What's the point of anything if you're not challenging yourself to be better and to do greater things?
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