The cool breeze…

So I’ve been trying to wrap my brain around the concept of life being better without buffering, and I just had an experience that I’m thinking might be equitable and wanted to both try to articulate it and get confirmation that I’m on the right track to seek more of this.

I’m in an Airbnb that does not have air conditioning, but it is on water. I was feeling bummed that I don’t have access to 24/7 cool air, because I’m used to being *always* perfectly comfortable. We walked in the stuffy house and opened the windows and for the next 30-45 minutes, the cool breeze that came in the window was like, LEVEL 10 delightful. So nice. Ridiculously nice. And it occurred to me that if I never occupy the space of a slightly warm home I’ll never get to experience the pleasure of the cool breeze. And I’d say for me, an air conditioned environment is like a level 5 pleasure.

Similar at all, to what I should be seeking or looking for when stopping buffering with alcohol and food? Is the air conditioned home a buffer, of sorts? Should I be looking for trading constant level 5 for the opportunity for level 10? Thanks for any thoughts!