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All the pain of man is essentially an insult to himself. Many times you are not good enough, but your mental resources are being consumed too much. Psychological resources are “heart quotients”, also called psychological soft powers, which are the ability to maintain mental health, relieve psychological stress, and maintain a good psychological state and vitality. It is not a material force that can be seen and touched, but an invisible and powerful spiritual force. It refers to the richness of the intrinsic quality of a person's inclusiveness, resilience, optimism, and dedication.
Want to know how strong you are? Pick up any fitness magazine and you’re bound to find a measuringtool—a- chart or benchmark to determine how you stack up.
During my short-lived powerlifting career, my focus shrank to the pursuit of numbers that told me how strong I was. A scrap of paper on my fridge reminded me daily—as if I needed reminding—that I needed to bench press my bodyweight, and squat and deadlift 200 pounds before the year was over. Were those things good for me? Would they serve any higher purpose? It didn’t matter. I wanted to be strong, and nothing else could get in the way.