Frustration is a powerful sentiment. Its nearest rival is jealousy. Frustration is a cousin to fear and anger. It is insidious, slow to build hard to erase or rectify.  It simmers beneath the surface of the mind and burrows into every goal.  It boils over onto great ideas and kills them. It suffocates the innovative life out of creativity.  Frustration feeds on busy, feeds on lack of confidence, feeds on time wasters such as television or video games. As it feeds it grow and becomes…more. More failure, with more failure it breeds more frustration and the destructive cycle rolls along.


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  1. I remember a time in my life when frustration had an ugly grip on me. I’ve long since outgrown frustration. Very good observation on what effect it has.

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