Were you ever told to be satisfied with life?
Happy with life? Absolutely. Satisfied? No.
You see, from the moment you were born you’ve been going after goals. First you wanted to crawl, then stand, then walk, then talk.
As a baby, a very natural part of you always strived for that next level of accomplishment and how great you felt each time you achieved it. How happy those around you were too.
So why do we stop striving to better ourselves?
Is it any wonder life feels so meaningless and empty?
The reason you’re born to be dissatisfied is because you’re born to be a goal achiever, always onward and upward.
Don’t fight it; embrace it.
It’s in your nature to explore and experience life, to stretch, to grow.
The path to exploring, stretching and growing is to go after something you truly want.
“If you plan on being anything less than you are capable of being,
you will probably be unhappy all the days of your life.”
~~ Abraham Maslow
When we’ve stretching and giving our best, we’re at our happiest.
When we’re suppressing ourselves and living a mediocre life, we’re miserable.