It's fun to think about life goals, but it's hard to live them

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Reflections and drafts

I wish living was as easy as thinking about life, dreaming, making lists...

I feel that in the last two (or maybe three? when did it start?) years I have spent more time thinking about what I want from myself in the future, let's say what challenges I would like to set myself, than in setting those challenges for myself.

To be honest, there is probably some logic in that: dreams just need rest and a delicious drink. More for implementation.

I'm thinking... Maybe I'm not the only one?

And what has changed in me that I no longer want to pursue those dreams? Could it be that I am finally happy?

Is it typical for a happy person to stop setting new goals? Is it typical that self-development and "growth" is just a stopover?

Here I could challenge: "The month when I was trying to figure out if it is typical to engage in self-development for only a few years." But, to be honest, I would spit on such a challenge and its results. Somehow I feel happy without it.

Is it worth challenging yourself if you don't want them?

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