If you knew you would never climb any harder than you do now, would you keep climbing?
Is it the journey or the destination? I hate to get all philosophical, but I have to wonder. I met a man once who had been really into climbing and then he completely quit. If you ever go on eBay and look up climbing gear you know what I'm talking about. It's the people selling off a whole rack at once. He told me that he realized he would never climb 5.10, so he took up cycling instead.
Do you have just as much fulfillment from climbing something easy versus pushing yourself?
Do you train for climbing with non-climbing workouts?
Do you prefer to climb with people who will climb at a certain difficulty level?
Do you ever feel like you should be better at climbing considering the amount of effort you put into it?
Did you jump into lead climbing and trying to do climbs much more difficult than what you're ready for?
I'm not trying to "diss" anybody! We all climb because it's fun! But why is it fun for you?