I remember one summer I had a yard sale. The only thing that was sold at that sale was a tree. It was a nice tree. I remember selling that tree. It was a tree that had been cut down, cut up, and had been left to rot. It was a tree that had become a giant pile of rubble. It was a tree that had become a pile of garbage. It was a tree that had become a pile of rubble, garbage, and decay.
In the year 2015, most of us were too young to remember what was a good tree and what was a bad tree. We were too young to remember if a tree that was a large tree that had had a lot of wood on one side was a good tree, or if a tree that was a large tree with no wood on one side was a good tree. We were too young to remember what a pile of garbage was. We were too young to remember what a pile of rubble was.
The point of these types of questions is to make us aware of the problems we have and to help us work out solutions. The problem with this kind of question is that it encourages us to think we can handle the problems we have. The problem with this kind of question is that it can cause us to forget that we have the problems we have.
As a parent, I love nothing more than to hear my kids say the “we don’t need the trashcan” story. It doesn’t require me to think about the problem with their own garbage disposal or their own trash. It doesn’t require me to stop at the tree with no wood on one side and ask them to talk about their own garbage disposal. It doesn’t require me to think about how my house might need a lot of new windows.
The problem here is that when I am told to think about the garbage disposal, the tree with no wood on one side or my house needing a lot of new windows for a new front door, I often forget that I already have the problem in my head and can’t just stop doing whatever I’m doing. The problem is that we have the problem in our heads, it is too big to ignore.
The problem is that we just have too much of it in our heads. We have all this extra shit in our brains and we just can’t get rid of it. We just have to figure out how to get rid of it.
We could cut out all this crap in our heads, but what would we be like? We would just be a bunch of whiners, no one would be friends with us anymore. I have friends that are friends with me, and they are all friends with me. I am not a person with many friends, I am a person with one friend.
There are many different ways of dealing with stress that we can choose to do. We can go on autopilot and watch TV, we can do homework, we can exercise, we can meditate, we can just talk to our friends, we can eat healthy, we can listen to music. Or we can get rid of some of the stuff in our heads by getting some of our friends to help us. The problem is that the stress isn’t going away.
I can relate to this. I feel that the whole thing with stress is that we don’t have to do all of these things to deal with it. We can just do them, and just as easily forget them. You see stress in the same way you see stress in a person: he is not feeling good, he has headaches, he is losing a job, he is struggling with some kind of illness, or he is just generally stressed.
The problem is that we are in the habit of just doing things to cope with stress, and it is just not enough anymore. Its like when you are stressed out and take a pill. It just doesnt seem to work. It just makes things worse.