Some of us aspire to this. We understand this as the goal, the intention. And that is the absence of the goal or intention. Sounds like a Zen riddle. Pretty much is I suppose. Seeking NO fulfillment!
Recognizing the vain irrelevancy involved in seeking fulfillment, yet finding it everywhere as we giving up endeavors to acquire it.
Un-petrified, un-paralyzed, un-phased and un-dazed–more than comfortable to stand alone and become eccentric in a spiritual and otherworldly way.
Knowing fully that it is the path itself and not fulfillment of outer world desire that makes the magic.
Understanding reality for its nature and finding spiritual happiness–some of us value this.
As this value is perceived, adversity faced in the outer world holds less meaning than in the past.
Friends disappear but those that remain are high quality spiritual brethren. (non-religious)
Both traveling and staying at home are one and the same–aspiring to live this particular wisdom leading to spiritual happiness!
Some of us yearn for this if we do yearn at all, but we do not seek it.