Because we’re human.
Humans and human bodies tend to take the path of least resistance. We do what we want because it’s easy and enjoyable: sitting at the computer, playing video games, staying home, standing on the sidelines, munching, thinking about going to the gym, etc. The things we know we should be doing tend to have some challenge involved: eating healthy, exercising, doing the right thing, standing up for yourself or others and so much more. It takes a while to break this path of least resistance because of the challenge ahead, but once you do, your past challenge becomes your path of least resistance. After you break your habit, this new thought or action is your new easy path and no longer a challenge. However, it’s that initial effort that we humans tend to not push through and fall back into our comfy routine that we all know and love. It’s change and it’s hard, so why do it? Because if it’s something you really want to accomplish, it’s definitely worth the push, it’s definitely worth the occasional setback, and it’s definitely worth all the hard work, courage, blood, sweat and tears.
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