I happened upon a British television show called "Only Fools and Horses," it his me right, these are the ones that compete for Social Status or mone
Wed, 26 Oct 2011 10:57:14
The USA, a.k.a. the United States of America is truly a great place, if you can somehow take the path least travel around the folks wanting me or you to compete.
If a person tells me they have a beautiful house, I say, maybe I will come over and visit and use the swimming pool.
If a person tells me the have a big nice car, I say,
"Then you can drive, and because you want to be rich, I will let you pay."
If a person says, I they have a high paying job, I say,
"I would invite you for a cup of coffee, but I do not want to interrupt your work."
A person on a plane said, they paid first class,
"I ask, are you a multimillionaire or working for a Non Profit."
The only that I know of that is not the first of the two, and I know all non profits are fools. NGO, No Good Organization, making beggars know they will always prosper.
Bottom line, a competition is for horses and fools, and a only a fool would compete for a house, car or social status, thing about it, there is not even a way to prove you win, at least the horse can win.
Now, if you want to find a truly un-savvy and waiting to get clubbed fool, then wait for someone to list out all the exception or validate it it good to compete below. Anyone who wish to problem a generalization wrong, right or wrong, it not with the program and get m award, I say,
"I like Pizza,"
Then I go do something else, because when people talk gibberish, then only a fool listens.
The best way I know to lose my priorities in life is to start to compete with anyone who is talking with me, if everyone was smart, they would all be rich.
The most enriching part of my 14 years of traveling this small planet it the true acceptance, and knowledge that nobody truly cares about me, and if they want to compete, just let them win.