Love makes life easy, indifference makes it difficult, and hatred unbearable.
When we love what we do, our effort to achieve it becomes simpler, easier, and any negativity it causes becomes less stressful and painful. Every moment, our happiness is shaped by the relationship between the cost we have to pay and the physical as well as emotional benefit we receive for anything we do or say. Life often becomes the invisible relationship between the cost and benefit of everything we say and do. It becomes a miserable fight when the cost is greater than the benefit and a dance of pleasure when the opposite happens. When we love what we do, our life becomes effortless and more optimistic, while our future becomes more attractive because the benefits, positives and pleasure we receive are significantly bigger than the cost, negativity and discomfort of the effort we put in.
The way to minimize the discomfort and pain of doing something is to do things we enjoy. How much we enjoy every moment of our life is determined by the emotional benefits, such as joy, pleasure, pride, and self-confidence, we receive from what we do in relation to the physical and emotional costs. These can be the discomfort, pain,
obstacles, difficulty, negativity, and sorrow that we have to overcome to make it happen. So, rather than just blindly doing what others push us to do, even if it is considered socially acceptable, let's give our beliefs and the truth of who we really are the opportunity to create a life so beautiful that we fall in love with it.
Needless to say, we must live within the rules and laws of society, but by no means should we let what is widely considered conventional and normal cut off our wings and steal our dreams. Everything becomes easier when the benefit of what we do is greater than its cost. Everything we do includes beauty and ugliness, joy and sorrow, the excitement of possible victory and the crash landing of possible failure. Nothing will be given to us for free, except everything we do not want to have anyway. We must give sweat, security, and truth to achieve success, especially happiness, the greatest success of all. For almost everything we want to achieve in life, we have to give sweat, security, and truth to make the effort, take risks, and tell ourselves the truth about those weaknesses of ours that need to be disarmed to prevent them from pushing us towards failure and those strengths of ours that must be used to achieve success.
There are no free victories in life, except fake ones. Life does not give away free victories, and it certainly does not give away the greatest victory of all, happiness. Defeats are as cheap as victories are expensive. Since stupidity is free and wisdom is expensive, losing is extremely easy; we just let our weaknesses defeat us. On the contrary, winning is difficult, as we must first defeat our weaknesses to get a chance to defeat our opponent.
The more we love what we do, the easier it becomes to be good at it, as we are not too intimidated by the cost we pay to achieve it. The more we love something, the less difficult and painful is its achievement because the benefits, that is, the enjoyment we get from it, is so much greater than the cost, that is, the pain and discomfort we suffer to achieve it.