At various points in our life we may find ourselves feeling stuck, like we’re in a rut, or that we can’t seem to get things accomplished. Inertia can take on many forms, it’s not just the withdrawn individual sitting in front of his computer or television and forgetting that there is a “real” world out there. It can be more subtle. It may feel like we are simply going through the motions of life, not really being an active agent in our journey, working to pay the bills, to keep others happy, staying in relationships that have long since served their purpose, staying in a toxic job and counting down the years to retirement, being pessimistic, procrastinating about getting things done, etc.
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