We live in a world of cause and effect. If I put birdseed in the bird feeders, the birds will come, right? And if they don’t come, well, that’s a disappointment. After all, I don’t put seed that I’ve paid good money for (and protect from the mice in the garage, I might add) so I can sit on my patio and look at the seed.
Let’s be honest. This is how we do much of life. I know I have certain expectations—probably too many and some that are w-a-a-a-y too entitled compared with the rest of the global population. But if I pay for something, I expect to get what was advertised. If I exercise and eat healthy, I expect the scale to bow to my expectations. (Okay, so it’s not a perfect analogy…) Continue reading “It’s not about the bird seed”