The weird, and sometimes maddening truth about gifts is that some of their inherent value is the inconvenience itself.
You don’t try to “walk alongside” the enraged momma bear, trying to calm her down, redirect her, or help her see reason. You get out of the way.
You won’t get much done if you’re factoring in an earthquake contingency plan as part of your daily schedule. On the other hand, if you operate on the equation of ‘planning yields success’, you’ll lose a sense of perspective, gratitude and balance.
When you think of “pampered, comfortable, spoiled, and entitled,” are these words you mostly use to complain about millenials, or do you recognize how you and I carry some of that same fat?
This is Part 4 of 4. Check here for the other parts: Part I Part II Part III “Crazy times over on the East side. Crazy times,” Officer Anthony shook his head as he poured himself a cup of Woba tea. “East side is getting reckless, disorderly....