The Best is the Worst

My friend Kyu Ho says that the challenges that show up in work and family - problems like strained relationships, disappointment, things just not working the way they should - these problems are not any worse or any more frequent inside work and family than they are in any other part of life. But because we spend so much time and energy there and have so much invested, when things go wrong in these areas of life, it just seems to be worse. And like driving, where a majority of accidents happen within a close circle to our homes, these areas aren't any more dangerous, its just that we are in them much more often.

 

The world, in other words, is a challenging place, and wherever we spend the most time, we will face the most challenges. In other words, the things that we think are “the best” can sometimes feel like the worst.

 

{Kyu Ho blogs about life and fantasy football at CookedGoose.net.}

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