Achieving goals is satisfying — briefly. Then new circumstances become routine and give birth to future rounds of objectives and desires, each of which brings new challenges, stresses and suffering. This encourages positive growth and evolution beyond the confining limits of stagnant complacency in our comfort zone. It may also ensure that we live in a perpetual state of striving based on the notion that happiness is associated with external,visible achievement. But there’s only one¬†path that results in lasting well-being and that’s the path that leads to…

Inner peace.

Jarl and Steve