The human body was designed to be highly adaptive.
This is proven when a person loses their stomach to say...cancer, and then the intestine develops a pouch over time where food is then digested.
The human life is also highly adaptive.
That is why we must go through times of hardship. If there is no struggle there is no perseverence.
Then that person grows up knowing nothing of the way life truly is: HARD AS HELL.
When you grow up there is no one to hold your hand when you cross the street; you either look both ways, or take your chances with fate.
I hope that I have been out through enough hardship so that when times are tough I can look back, shrug my shoulders, and say, "eh, it could be worse."
Brian is annoyingly optimistic, madly in love with his wife, Valerie, unapologetically opinionated about veterans, religion and politics, tenaciously entrepreneurial, and interested in everything.