23.    The difference between feeling good and feeling alive is... - Deepstash

23.    The difference between feeling good and feeling alive is fear. We are not afraid of things that make us feel good. A safe job, a comfortable relationship, twenty minutes on a treadmill. These things don't require much effort. We are not scared of them. But if you want to feel alive, there must be an element of fear.

24.    Good falls into our lap. Alive doesn't.

25.    If you're content with good, content is all you'll ever be.

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