Posted: Sep 11, 2018 10:28 pm
by Thommo
wisedupearly wrote:
Thommo wrote:
wisedupearly wrote:An everyday task that must be performed is not a burden but gives some increase in satisfaction.

Those don't appear to be mutually exclusive options.

They shouldn't be exclusive. But how many people see them as being inherently exclusive? What has to be done is never seen as a source of satisfaction.

Of course they are wrong. If one "daily task" can provide satisfaction, why not another?

I'm glad we agree that daily tasks may or may not provide satisfaction. Where exactly does that get your argument?

I really haven't seen any connection between the various disparate elements that have appeared in the thread.