The primary joy of life is acceptance, approval, the sense of appreciation and companionship of our human comrades. Many men do not understand that the need for fellowship is really as deep as the need for food, and so they go through life accepting many substitutes for genuine, warm, simple.
The joy is that we can take back our bodies, reclaim our health, and restore ourselves to balance. We can take power over what and how we eat. We can rejuvenate and recharge ourselves, bringing healing to the wounds we carry inside us, and bringing to fuller life the wonderful person that each of us can be.
... focus on the journey, not the destination. Joy is found not in finishing an activity but in doing it.
Like what you do, if you don't like it, do something else.
You have not found your place until all your faculties are roused, and your whole nature consents and approves of the work you are doing.