Born a Crime

When Trevor finished high school, he ended up working "in the hood" for a few years, instead of pursuing his education. When he looks back on why he stayed, he says, "The hood was strangely comforting, but comfort can be dangerous. Comfort provides us a f

The question is What does he mean by this? How do people get stuck doing something comfortable? What do people need to be propelled forward?

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Trevor was a product of his environment. It is human nature to choose the path of least resistance and for a time Trevor did just that. It is easier to become what you know rather than take a chance at something different. After a while people get stuck in their routines, even if those routines are harmful and not fulfilling. Trevor was able to escape this by taking positive chances.