ZU 101

She sat in a college cafeteria. surrounded by people she knew, including the love of her life and the father of her two children, clunking of the silverware, smells of cafeteria food, and the noise of the voices around. She contemplated next homework; future school assignment. Life was nice. Quite peaceful and crazy at the same time. With two kids and schoolwork, there was not much time to contemplate many other things…
“The horse knew exactly what she was doing. She’d walked this path a hundred times, and she had no more interest in tumbling to her death than I had. She didn’t need me to tell her what to do, and, in fact, the few times I tried to tell her what to do she didn’t much seem to care. I had gotten it all so wrong because I had spent the previous ten years driving cars, not horses. Cars go over edges unless you tell them not to.”
Jonathan Haidt, The Happiness Hypothesis)
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