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Is being content a good or bad idea. Dies it mean you are moving forward or is it a failure?
How can you be content in failure? Being content usually means everything is ok. Things could be better, and they could be worse. You haven't succeeded and you haven't failed. You are moving, but not forward or backward. If you want to be negative about contentment, you can believe you haven't succeeded. If you desire to be positive about the matter, believe you are not failing.
I just feel that if you are not making any movement in either direction that you are stuck. The idea that being content with where you are seems to spell out a lack of luster or desire. How can something contained lead to happiness?
Then you don't value what you have. Being satisfied with what you have, with those around you, they lead to contentment which can be happiness.
There is much to be said for being content... People have different levels of happiness. I believe we place too much pressure on ourselves to be happy all of the time. Constant happiness isn't a given for most, at any rate. (Mostly due to our emotional baggage or traumas, but that's OK.)
If you feel you need to do more, than do it, but get rid of the self imposed guilt or pressure to be successful before you can be "happy." You can experience moments of happiness now and again, while you are making your way forward.
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