Grayshift

Grayshift

n.
the tendency for future goals and benchmarks to feel huge when viewed in advance, only to fade into banality as soon as you’ve achieved them—finally reaching the top of the ladder, only to notice it circling back around like a hamster wheel.

A variation on redshift and blueshift, the astronomical processes that make objects moving away look redder than they really are, and objects moving toward you look bluer.

Mogging Folly

Rookish

Kadot

Nemotia

Karanoia

Boorance

Rialtoscuro

Ecsis

Aimonomia

Furosha

Starlorn

Grayshift

Evertheless

Achenia

Dystoria

Nilous

Wollah

Offtides

Nemotia

Beloiter

Anthrodynia

Treachery Of The Common

Zverism

Nachlophobia

Ecstatic Shock

The Wends

Fool’s Guilt