202/365 The argument against freedom

Therefore freedom does not necessarily help develop meaning in life—on the contrary. If the rules of a game become too flexible, concentration flags, and it is more difficult to attain a flow experience. Commitment to a goal and to the rules it entails is much easier when the choices are few and clear.

From “Flow: The Psychology of Happiness”
by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi

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