[Photograph taken in Siem Reap, Cambodia in one of the temples]
- make forceful or violent efforts to get free of restraint or constriction. - engage in conflict. - strive to achieve or attain something in the face of difficulty or resistance. - have difficulty handling or coping with. - make one's way with difficulty.
I have become very familiar with this word over the past year, I don’t think I ever used it much BC [Before China], but here, it becomes one of your most used words and phrases (#OhChina and all that). A little struggle or challenge is something most people look for in life, something that creates a little resistance in the everyday trawl. Something to engage, test and push yourself to become a better, or maybe just a more experienced individual.
“The struggle is real.” Candice uses this phrase a lot, and in consequence (they do say you pick up from your surroundings), so do I. Some struggles are good, as I said, they Continue reading