UN : I mostly circulate in circles where my line of work has little or no value.
The Buddhas : Why do you think that is so?
UN : To motivate my circle?
The Buddhas : Describe your circle.
UN : Well-off, successful, recognised, powerful, connected, people with lots of good Karma accumulated in the past, using it up at a ridiculously fast speed.
The Buddhas : So your presence would be to remind them…
UN : …to stop depleting their savings so fast, and to start accumulating new good Karma?
The Buddhas : Yes. And your test would be to…
UN : …not feel looked down upon, lowly, unsuccessful, unrecognised, worthless etc. because of these people?
The Buddhas : Yes, because you have enough…
UN : …confidence and belief in what I’m doing?
The Buddhas : Correct. Just because you are almost always functioning out of your comfort-zone, doesn’t mean that you are what a few people in your circle might think you are.
UN : How come I’m not allowed entry into my comfort zone?
The Buddhas : All in good time. However, we want to get rid of an illusion.
UN : Which would be what?
The Buddhas : You’re doing more good outside of your comfort-zone that you will be once you enter it.
UN : What’s the illusion?
The Buddhas : The feeling in your mind that you’ll peak upon entry into your comfort-zone.
UN : So I’ll peak outside?
The Buddhas : You are well on your way, and your growth will peak while still outside.
UN : And once inside?
The Buddhas : One tends to get comfortable once inside one’s comfort-zone.