Oh yeah, great saying!Loved your Follow Your Bliss Right Off the Cliff post - I didn't know you were a Boston fan!!!:-)The section in the article that explained that the part of the brain where we process loss, the anterior insula also creates the physical sensations of pain and disgust - and that in order to avert this we hope - really hit home for me. It made me wonder if that's not one reason I don't relate well to people who are excessively married to hope as perhaps many of these types of individuals are also excessively pain averse, and that's not really how I roll.
I love this! I've often told people that we didn't quit, we walked away and changed directions.
I think you may be reading minds today ...
I think that's called "wisdom!"
Good quote--applies to more than one kind of situation in life.