It is easy to end something that requires effort. Especially when faced with an indifferent world that values shallow insight, social approval and immediate gratification over deeper analysis, individualism and positive change. It is easier to fill the day with meaningless activities rather than make a determined effort to create real value.
But endings also provide opportunity for change. The opportunity to craft an energizing new beginning that fosters purpose and meaning. The challenge lies in avoiding the danger that lurks in the transition between endings and beginnings - rejecting the black hole of empty routine to seek the light of relevance.