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April 30th, 2018
The better things are, the less likely we want to stir the pot. Right?
Is the opposite true? Shouldn’t it make sense that the worse things are, the more willing we should be to stir the pot? I mean, what do you have to lose? Cut roots and take to the wind.
If things are mediocre, and this whole game ends with death anyhow, why not get feisty with the time left? Like those seniors who escaped from their retirement home. They had nothing to lose.
Perhaps the more interesting bit about those seniors is if they’d wished they’d developed that attitude sooner in life…
The only person who is really watching you, is you. At the very least, do yourself a favor and make it entertaining.
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