"To live is to suffer, to survive is to find some meaning in the suffering." ~ Nietzsche In Viktor Frankl's book Man's Search For Meaning, he chronicles the suffering and his experiences in the WWII internment camp at Auschwitz.  In a nutshell, Frankl concluded that in order to survive you had to put some meaning to the suffering and ultimately to your life after release.  Those that ceased to have meaning or purpose for survival or their life after camp ended up succumbing to the Nazi's inhumane treatment.  He said, "Life never ceases to have meaning, even in suffering and death."

In order to push yourself find meaning in why it is your doing what you are doing.  "I don't know" is the surest way to come up short.  To gain perspective is to uncover your passion.  When you have passion you can keep going long past motivation or excitement.

------------------------------------------------------ Day 3 update: Well today went just as the previous days.  The hardest part was remember to let someone off the hook.  The first two were benign mundane everyday let off the hooks, but the last one was more meaningful.  We were tired and didn't feel like braving the crowds and sorting out dinner so we ordered food from a delivery service.  The food came late and was cold when we opened it up.  I started to get mad but ended up remembering to let someone off the hook.  I calmly sent them an email and they promptly gave us a refund.  My protein shake was excellent.

Day 4: You guessed it.  Let 4 things or people off the hook.