Extreme temperatures can bring your physical senses to the forefront and, in the process, simply ravage your internal monologue. Refreshing, to have these little physical struggles now and then, to take our minds away from the intangible nonsense spinning around on our heads most of the time. Now, we can’t walk around looking for struggle all the time and there’s nothing wrong with a bit of comfort. But we have to work at things almost constantly. Otherwise, the brain gets squirrelly, jumping around from one annoyance to another. Physical exercise, hobbies, and meditation. Those three, our best friends.
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