It is amazing how much time we spend striving for comfort. In fact, I would estimate that most Americans work for many extra years searching for the moving target of incrementally more comfort. Since we all recognize that luxury is just another weakness, it is important to understand that living the air conditioned hypoallergenic life is an effort in futility and we are better off getting outside and learning to embrace real life. I would also guess you could probably measure someone’s overall satisfaction with life by simply measuring how large a comfort zone they possess.
An air conditioned hypoallergenic life is one completely devoid of any discomfort. But more than that, it is classified as this unnecessary longing for perfection, excess and superfluity. It seems that Americans are particularly affected. The main complaint is that we simply spend too much time and energy concentrating on perfection while missing out on the messiness and beauty that is real life. So, get out of your extra large air conditioned SUV and hop on a bike and enjoy the fresh air of life. Take a little bit of time to try something new and instead of running from discomfort- embrace the expansion of your comfort zone. Continue reading The Air Conditioned Hypoallergenic Life