Close your eyes. Imagine a world of time-less stand still. Of no progression and no development. There is no desire for success, therefore no fear of failure. Open your eyes. The 7.01 billion people who populate this earth can be said to be put into two categories, the talkers and the doers. The talkers are the ones with great ideas and aspirations, but the doers are the people who go out each day to make a difference. Depending on your self-awareness and self-confidence, throughout your life, you will slide between these two categories. Whether you chose to be a part of risk-taking activities is up to you, but if you prefer to live life stress-free, you would be known as being comfortably numb.
The Oxford English Dictionary states that to be comfortable, you must be physically and emotionally relaxed, being free from constraint, stress or tension. This notion of complete well-being provides all senses with an act of ease and sufficiency. To be comfortable you must be at your final stage of happiness which you initially hoped in achieving. True comfort is not an act which can be forced, and whether this be physical, mental or emotional act, only ones self will be able to test the true internal and external comfort levels to conclusively understand and comprehend your own personal limits. It is common for people to fake their comforts and comfort ranges, and taking part in things which they possibly feel awkward about doing. In order to fit in, it is more often then not that a person must lie within themselves and to society to gain a sense of acceptance and recognition, even though it may be superficial. Comfort links with a complete feeling being recognised, which contrasts with the notion of being numb.
Being numb is being deprived of the power of sensation, feeling or responsiveness. Once numb, you are stripped of all the control which you may have over yourself. Being physically numb is the inability to voluntarily control your...
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