Thursday, May 17, 2018

Head first in the wall.

Your friend comes up with the smart idea to run into a wall head first. You tell him doing that will hurt. Then your friend starts to argue that he has the right to do whatever he wants, and it won't hurt that much, maybe he will even get through the wall.

After telling him a couple of times that this is not a good idea and still he wants to do it, you wonder if there is a point in arguing about this. In a way let him run into the wall head first and hope for not that much damage.

In the old days, I would keep on arguing to save it. Now I know it won't work. It's better to pick up the pieces then try to prove that it hurts to run head-on into a brick wall.

It's like small children that also want to have a decision about something. As long the damage is not severe you can let it pass.

I'm in the same stage with artists right now. I don't have the time or the urge to argue about really stupid decisions and how they will affect things.

The funny part is that the artist wants me to tell things so they can argue.

And in the end, they get a hell of a headache after hitting that wall.

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