The problem that is not often identified is that the second way of thinking rarely offers measurable answers. This leads to all kinds of trouble from hurt feelings to religious wars.
This is Peter Sagan. Or as he is sometimes called, Peter the Great,or the Tourmanator.
One of his favorite stunts was to let you go on about just how hard and miserable your life is. You know, the normal stuff like your wife forgot to take out the garbage that morning.
But, sometimes, often maybe, it’s good to remember that the universe rolls on in mysterious and enormous ways. With or without a person to notice.
You think you’re having it rough? Dennis Mitton on the lowly cicada.