aren't we all???
NO....I am not mad<br />
However.....Society seems to think i am.
Because sometimes doing the same thing over and over makes for improvement. <br />
And sometimes doing the same thing over again gives the universe a chance to change its response. Like smiling at a person every day, until at last, he smiles back.<br />
And sometimes you're digging a hole and have to keep doing the same thing til you get the size that will fit your tree. So it's the final result that matters- not the fact that doing the one individual act doesn't accomplish what you want. Sometimes a change is the result of many repetitive acts.<br />
And sometimes doing the same thing over and over is conducive to life...like breathing. <br />
And even if it's not, then doing it time and again can at least help make you "used to it"- if it's something that has to be done and that you just have to learn to live with.
I must be x
If you assume that definition, then humanity and all humans are mad. Read some history to see what I mean. My favorite example of this is how Napoleon and Hitler both made the same mistake - assaulting Russia during the winter.
in my case the two are mutually exclusive ... there must be another definition of mad ... there MUST be
yes sounds like life and i am
Only if i include replaying some of my xbox games incessantly.
I disagree with Einstein on this one. Too many exceptions to the rule. For example you may go on a run every day and improve and go to school everyday and learn something new.
eeeek ive answered your questions before. *frets*