This intense craving numbs their senses and exposes them to a journey of failures, suffering, and pain. In this grueling pain is where they find an untapped source of hidden strength. Sugar Ray, a professional boxer calls this the Hidden Reservoir. Individuals with mundane wants and wishes never uncover this masked strength. Instead, they let external factors, like busy schedules, toxic friendships, and the fear of the unknown petrify their deepest aspirations. Ray encourages individuals to fight for their dream because every wish is possible if one wants it enough. To achieve this dream, one must align the values of the head and the heart, so they connect and work together to reach magnificence.
Reference: The Third Door by Alex Banayan