Being comfortable, that is to be free of stress, tension or doubt, is essential for our overall well being. However, being comfortable for too long of a period can be lethal if it morphs into complacency. When we are complacent, our sense of self-satisfaction blinds us to emerging precariousness, exposure or loss. The gap between being comfortable and complacent is the place where new opportunities lie. To tap into these opportunities we need to be willing to be uncomfortable, yet again. Is it time?
~ Judit e. Szabo