And we spend the rest of our days resolving conflict.
That’s a good thing. If you don’t resolve the conflict between the current state of your stomach and the desired state of your stomach, before long, you’ll be facing a more powerful conflict. If you don’t resolve the conflict between your current emotional state, physical state, plane of existence, and the ones you desire, you’ll die or hate life.
Struggle is neither good or bad; it’s what we struggle for, with, against, toward, which determines the character of the work we do.