We build our life up into something. Until we reach a point where it seems either meaningless, or overflows with needs. Life always seems to clank one way then the other, until the only way out seems to withdraw. Too much and not enough.
Tagged: the price to pay
Are we living in a modern version of the early 1900s?
Here you can read the theoretical approach behind my previous article “The Price We Pay”.
“You will pay for your choices!” We tend to look at our decisions and the price we pay for it in the rear-view mirror. What-ifs and regrets so often become part of our lives. What is the alternative?
We are outraged at 12-year-olds in mines. We cheer at a 12-year-old in a national competitive ice rink. What price are we ready to accept for entertainment?