Acknowledge That What You're Trying to Do Is Difficult
Self-Improvement Is Difficult, No Matter The Time Or Place
Greatness is not easy. By its very nature, pursuing virtue is difficult, time-consuming, and often demoralizing. Why? Because you are fighting against your comforts, demons, and addictions. When you fight against the worst aspects of yourself, you will feel the pain, which is sharp and continuous.
You must remember that self-improvement is never easy. There will never be a moment where becoming your most virtuous self is as easy as enjoying your favorite vice.
Of course, at the end of self-improvement is your best self. At the end of all the pain and suffering is an individual who can accomplish their goals, endure difficulty, and overcome the collectivists that desire nothing more than your destruction.
Thus, walk the path. Acknowledge that what you are seeking to do is not easy or simple. Virtue will always be a challenge. Therefore, take time to reward your efforts. Appreciate what you are doing. Be honest but merciful about your mistakes. Track your progress. Remember that you will succeed as you have before.
Become an individual, and you’ll live a life worth living.
One of my favorite ways to relax is to listen to music. Below, I’m including a few artists I’ve been listening to recently. Hopefully, you’ll like them too.
bohemianvoodoo - This jazz group has a great sound using piano, keyboards, bass, and drum. Their contemplative but exciting music is a great selection.
Moonchild - With soft vocals and jazzy tunes, Moonchild provides relaxing yet vibrant music.
Birocratic - Birocratic is the best at chillhop. I always listen to his chilled beats while working or cleaning.
Samuel Kim - Samuel Kim reworks or creates epic tunes. He makes exciting, groundbreaking music inspired by Star Wars, Attack on Titan, and other media.
Momma’s Old School Burgers: The Best Diner In Purgatory
Are you looking for quality stories? Momma’s Old School Burger is about the best diner in purgatory and the people who visit and work there.
Creating new stories has always been a challenge. However, the creative process is rewarding because I can make what I want and ensure my vision comes to life.
I make MOSB myself because I want to develop the exact art and writing style needed to carry my vision forward. I am passionate about the characters and stories I’ve crafted, and I would like to share this with you.