Inertial Paradox

English: A Snickers candy bar, broken in half.

English: A Snickers candy bar, broken in half. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

When we head on tough issues, we often fall into our comfort zone we have used to reside in. That could be called an inertial issue to resolve. However, the dynamic environment is like the perilous jungle we have to keep pushing through. If we ignore that code red alert, do not stay in the original place, wait and see whether situation might change, the risk issue occurs. That is the inertial paradox. But if you are more liberal, be the one who make a change, you could find out that hillsides facing the sunshine, there still are beautiful flowers. Have you ever watched a documentary film, then scared away your courage to move on in your own life? Have you ever read an inspirational literature, then lose the motivation to lead a meaningful life? I will keep thinking that if you had had a chocolate bar and then a marshmallow, forget all that about the errant, when he returned and you will still have another one, that kind of life definite will be perfect.

Empty tables and empty chairs, how sorrowful would that be when you are getting elder and elder? Still when we occupy the chair for all the afternoon, and doing nothing, seeing the sun go down, waiting for another different dawn or daybreak, that would be another unbearable being, you might say. When the inertial was like demon lingering in your door, you could not get up early in the morning, you cannot eat, cannot drink, and cannot sleep, should we take further action like we met our first love in the freshman days? If things keep going as such, you probably would have missed your best life. So? We should see through this kind of inertial paradox, seeking help early to intervene, and take the prevention and take action for it. That would be, hmm, not the best but good enough and acceptable.

DB, November 7, 2012


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