Disorder creates progress. It is within the mess we find out what needs to be cleaned up and what needs to be improved.
The same goes for failure — it’s a motivator in disguise, telling us to make improvement more present. A crash adds more wisdom to our craft.
Unlike sand, problems never escape counting. They are easy to keep tabs on as the things we know we need to do but procrastinate and put off. The resistance usually wins.
But chasing ideals make one happy. In facing our difficulties, challenges, and vices while dreaming big, we do more than just try, we participate in the struggle.
Any positive exertion coupled with sticktuitiveness is a passport to inner-freedom.