Signs: Comfort Is Never Growing Up

IMG_5552Years ago, I saw this sign after hopping off a train returning home from New York City. It has never left my mind, and only becomes more relevant every day. Growing up is understanding, and understanding can be terribly uncomfortable sometimes. Growing up is stepping out of your comfort zone.

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