Loss | Aversion
So, here's the thing...
What are we talking about?
Oh, yes. Loss aversion and the correlation to relationship failure delay.
Well there is a fundamental flaw in the statement/question.
You are not loss adverse about relationships.
You do not fear the person leaving you.
You do not fear losing the person.
Both are completely inaccurate.
You . . .
...you will be measured, you will be judged.
Silence... blissfully-cruel silence.
No... applause, cheers.
No... boo’s, critiques.
The silence created when the space of your mind is flooded with so much input,
that it has the eternity of a moment in which to stop and feel the powerful emptiness of nothing.
Birthed from this nothing is an exacting of the task, the thing, the . . .
...a moment of reflection.
In many ways
Not here to be convenient
To be accessible
Not here to be the most understood
The greatest intellectual
Things which interrupt are valuable
The interruption to your daily existence that changes it
Your daily life
Not the pattern that neatly fits in the sequence
The sequence which allows you the opportunity
To . . .
...can, cannot and can't ...will, will not and won't
So what I need you to do is select a task that you can do, expertly.
It's what you are known for doing well.
As a matter of fact, your friends, family and even colleagues will contact you for this thing exclusively.
They wouldn't even... Well, you get the point.
You are good at this thing.
The next step.
What I need you to do is select . . .
...Lead. Follow. Move.
I love this topic.
I love these topics.
They are filled with you, and me, and we, and expectation laced with deterministic freedom.
Here goes free will, for the win...
There is desire to have you join the rank and file orating on the idea of...
"There is no guru".
Then what follows is an empowering message which follows...
"You are . . .
...maybe you can get something done today.
So you have heard this before... I am sure one of your more self-effacing friends, colleagues or acquaintances has brought this to your attention. Typically, you have come to them and explained that you have multiple tasks to complete, and a very limited amount of time to complete all of them. Therefore, time is not plentiful and you must . . .
It is the lack of progression.
Progression is alienating.
To progress or not to progress.
...and, hold on.
What am I scripting about?
Ah, yes... Ahem [clears throat]
I am done with Nike!
I like this assertion, it feels right.
It feels good.
I feel stronger for having said it.
...and you know what?
I mean it this time.
They have gone too far . . .