Might as well. Indulge. After all, it says “No judgment zone.” Get fat, get fit.
Carrot and then Stick.
In a blog I recently subscribed to, I found : ” the extent that we help fulfill other people’s dream,we fulfill ours.”.
We know that life is not without paradox.
Past choices limit future options.
(We did not then have the benefits of hindsight).
Who among us lives without self-conflict, let him cast the first stone.
We want the oil, but also a clean beach.
And we can’t wait to tell others ” I told you so” when the chips are all down.
Pundits, politicians and pollsters, were in denial about the “black swan” of the Financial system, which gave us all a “black eye”.
A suicide here, and a robbery there. Not sure how the consequences will play out. Wall Street watches Main Street. Main Street waits on Wall Street. All one-way streets (as of this edit, unemployment in Greece still at 26.9 per cent).
There have been more migration to the dust bowl, where not too long ago, Dorothy couldn’t wait to leave home on a Greyhound bus. These states now seem attractive with tax incentives, and rural broadband connection.
And a story that we all missed: Vietnam was at the top of Emerging Countries chart 3 years in the row (2007-2010) even when they have yet exploited the wheels of industrialization. Just cheap and surplus of labor. But everyone seems to be fit, not by going to the gym, but by default (no “free pizza” every first Monday of the month.)
Here is our last paradox, in the absence of plenty, everything tastes sweeter. You should see how aggressive people were with Moon Cakes during the weeks that lead up to the Festival. It’s not the mix of flour and sugar. It’s flour and sugar that have been denied for years, and only recently made available and affordable to all. Free Moon Cake for every sign-up at Planet Fit.