Bushed: (adj) tired out
“Be zealously affected by a good thing.”
What does it mean?
There are two reasons:
First, it’s a lot easier to be successful when you’re excited about your pursuits.
But secondly, it quickly establishes the projects that have value and bring happiness, and those that don’t. If we decide to treat everything the same in our lives, we soon feel bushed–totally exhausted, carrying ourselves like a leaden weight from one mishap to the next.
There has to be a difference between the pleasure of going to a grocery store and buying food to eat, and cleaning the underneath of the refrigerator. If both evoke the same weary reaction, then you have accidentally turned your life into a grindstone instead of a merry-go-round.
Added onto that old adage of “being zealously affected by a good thing” should be the closing remark, “and be gloriously, deliciously tired over a sense of accomplishment.”
This is human life. This is why we are here.
Otherwise, our facial expressions and lack of passion simulate a premature death.