“Discomfort is the distance that you must decide to travel for your treasure.
It is not buried in the comfort of your imagination but rather behind your biggest fear, under your rock of habit and routine, atop your mountain of method and mediocrity. Your reward is long after you find your prize, way farther than the place you find your purpose, in the back of the wall that you meet at the “next” of all that you have already done.
It is there in that moment, at the end of your rope, that you will discover a longer thread, a tighter knot, a more tangled puzzle of cord that you must untangle for the justice of your constitution, the peace of your mind.
Continue to fight my friend, you’ve now just proven that you are willing to go for distance, here comes the next round.”