These are all the version of Lovers Album Comfort Zone.
The true paradox of human nature is our tendency to gravitate towards a comfort zone, where everything feels safe and familiar. The paradox lays in its’ contradictory nature, being both a physical and a psychological phenomenon, it seems rational but it is profoundly irrational. The need for security and protection is deeply rooted in our primal basic instincts of survival. It’s very alluring and seductive to feel that your needs are met. Like fingerprints, comfort zones are individual, personal, intimate and can be very revealing. “Are you comfortable?” That’s what people ask when they want you to feel that you matter. That’s what you ask yourself when you want to feel at ease and in control of your environment. But this biological imperative can keep you from living, outside its’ confines, afraid of the unknown. The outside logic of this paradox is that you can only truly know yourself once you leave your comfort zone. Trying something new might be scary but it is an experience. To feel alive, to find your way, it’s necessary to keep a balance between comfort and discomfort. What was once threatening, unsettling, disturbing becomes familiar and secure through the force of habit. That’s the power of discovery…