Today, our lives have become too comfortable.
We dwell in climate-controlled havens where discomfort and boredom are rare occurrences, not the norm.
We can order food at a click, seek instant gratification in fleeting pleasures, and indulge in endless streams of dopamine-triggering content.
Yet, this ease is gradually eroding our well-being.
We have grown fearful of taking risks, avoiding discomfort, and recoiling from minor setbacks.