I'm sure I've written that to you before; it's something I say all the time. People often look for the easy way to avoid unpleasantness hoping to avoid suffering. I'm here to tell you avoiding difficulties is impossible. Pain has a purpose, as does joy; it's meant to be felt. It is only through experiences, both good and bad, we grow over the span of a lifetime. Attempting to avoid pain we actually avert Ultimate joy.
It could be argued there is a middle ground in "living"
The days of being in our house are coming to an end. I had a razz ma tazz, rope a dope, two fisted, rock em sock em robot, wake up from my girls that made me realize where "home"
truly "resides". My girls, on the same day, unknowingly, took the worry I had about leaving the house and losing the "home" we've always known.
Indy called from California feeling terribly sick. She is no complainer and has danced through high fever and chills without so much as a peep. She wondered