Contentment: A State of Being

2 thoughts on “Contentment: A State of Being”

  1. Great article. My fiancé and I often debate about the differences between complacency and contentment. I was having trouble getting him to see my point. You’ve articulated it perfectly. Being content is largely misunderstood to be a form of complacency. You can still be ambitious and grow and evolve while remaining content in the present moment.

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  2. Great read! The difference between being content and being complacent is so subtle. They both feel similar. Contentment is being truly happy with your life and how you are living it. Complacency is saying you are happy with your life while ignoring the elephant in the room.

    My take away from this article is that growth comes from a place of contentment and complacency leaves you stuck.

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