I was 17 years old visiting a town in North Devon, England. A friend of mine accidentally poured salt on my potatoes.
Years later another friend made me a cup of tea and accidentally put in salt instead of sugar.
Both tasted funny. But I consumed them anyway. At the time, it seemed a great shame to waste them. (The food because it probably cost me a week’s wages back then. And the tea because I didn’t want to hurt their feelings)
These events beg two questions.
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1. Why are we always settling for slightly yucky experiences and telling ourselves it’s ok?
2. Why aren’t we looking for paradigm shifts.
In other words… In which areas of life are you settling for sugary potatoes and salty tea?
And what needs to happen so you’re instead drinking sparkling champagne and eating Ambrosia – The Food Of The Gods?
It’s mind food for thought!