Back in the 1960s, a Broadway musical was later made into a film called, 'Stop the World - I Want to Get Off.' I mention this because those words might be relevant to you. That attitude could apply to something you believe has become painfully tedious and repetitive. But distancing yourself from it means you're going to come back to something remaining the same. That's why you're encouraged to apply some imagination to make a helpful and motivating change. Stick with it and improve it.
We often hear creative people say that, before they can create their next masterpiece, they must 'get in the zone.' Perhaps, this is something you can relate to. Sometimes as well, someone must distance themselves briefly from what they're creating. You could experience something inspiring and reassuring by applying more focus to self-awareness than trying to come up with an instant solution. Something you discover about yourself holds the answer to a quandary or dilemma.
Grin and bear it. Face the music. We naturally dislike being told to embrace what makes us feel uncomfortable. We also know that, more often than not, we have no choice other than to face and tackle whatever needs resolving because problems tend not to vanish when swept under the carpet. But this is a time when you can truly benefit from applying focus to what does inspire or excite you. You can afford to (responsibly) push aside briefly what's uninspiring or deflating.
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