The longer I walk, the easier walking far becomes.
The law of supply and demand don’t seem to apply here.
The risk-reward continuum seems discontinued.
It is perverse to believe that we can get better every day, improve who we are, improve our work and hone our work ethic to better purpose – and one might think these capabilities wane with aging. They can, but they don’t have to diminish. They get better when we get better. We get better when they get better. The happier we are, the better we become – not the other way round. Happiness is not the fruit of our labour, but the cause of all our good work.
Don’t worry – be happy, is the reverse of reality.