We should have difficult hobbies instead of simple ones in order to be enjoyable.
Some hobbies are relatively easy, while others are more of a challenge. Personally, I believe both types of hobby can be fun, and I therefore disagree with the statement that we should have difficult hobbies in order to be enjoyable.
On the one hand, most people enjoy easy hobbies. One example of an activity that is easy for most people is swimming. This hobby requires very little equipments, it is simple to learn, and it is inexpensive. I remember learning to swim at my local swimming pool when I was a child, and it never felt like a demanding or challenging experience. Another hobby that I feel fun and easy is photography. In my opinion, anyone can take interesting pictures without knowing too much about the technicalities of operating a camera. Despite being straightforwad, taking photos is a satisfying activity.
On the other hand, difficult hobbies can sometimes be more exciting. If an activity is more challenging, we might feel a greater sense of satisfication when we manage to do it sucessfully. For example, film editing is a hobby that requires a high level of knowledge and expertise. In my case, it took me around two years before I became competent at this activity, but now I enjoy it much more than I did when I started. I believe that many hobbies give us more pleausre when we reache a higher level of performance because the results are better and the feeling of achievement is greater.
In conclusion, simple hobbies can be fun and relaxing, but difficult hobbies can be equally pleasurable for different reasons.