Comfort Zone as Stagnation

“It’s a dangerous business, Frodo, going out your door. You step onto the road, and if you don’t keep your feet, there’s no knowing where you might be swept off to.”

― J.R.R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings

Growth is a fight. No matter what is your aim, is it financial stability, love, getting rid of your acquired habits. You need to change something in yourself, to change your life, and it can be difficult. If you have desires, but nothing goes the right way, maybe you are in a prolonged period of stagnation?

Ask yourself: “Is it important for you to reach your goal?” If your answer is “no”, so maybe this is not what you are looking for? But if you answer “yes”, so what are you not doing it? Maybe you find yourself in comfort zone, your life which you have now is comfortable for you and if you make one step to your desirable aim, you fear to lose this comfort?

There is nothing good in stagnation, it can easily turn you into apathy and in my opinion, these two issues are really similar. I don’t inspire you to suffer, no of course…but I would like to inspire you not to be afraid of the future. This fear is so difficult because no one knows what can happen if you take this step, you can be frustrated but you can also achieve your goals and make your life better.

Life is so unpredictable and if you afraid of losing what you have now, and this fear enchain you, the universe will retrieve it only to make you be free of your fears. Don’t allow fears to stop you on the way to success, go and make your wishes come true!

All the best, be the artist of your life

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