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  • Good morning, John.

  • Ah, crisis.

  • What kind of crisis you want?

  • You want a constitutional crisis?

  • Got a couple of those a week Housing crisis?

  • Sure.

  • Existential crisis.

  • Always find the crisis.

  • Yeah.

  • Scientists would like for you to panic.

  • Let's just go over to Google and see if we could come up with a word and see if there's a crisis about Oh, great.

  • Chiquita would like you to know what they're doing about the banana crisis.

  • So apparently rounding a crisis crisis, a crisis of crises and I'm a proper middle aged man.

  • So were you, John.

  • We should know how to deal with this.

  • So seers like number one strategy avoidance.

  • So start out.

  • Gotta listen to shaky shaky Bye, Daddy Yankee.

  • You might find solace and other activities.

  • YouTube videos might be good for you.

  • Poetry, poetry, YouTube videos, potato plant or a friend or a dog.

  • What I say, I'm saying, the first you gotta find your shaky shake.

  • You gotta connect with yourself as like a living sack of thinking flesh, which is amazing, right?

  • It's beautiful and majesty, and like as far as we know, unique in the universe, it's so isolating to be in a crisis, right to think that everything's going terribly and it's just and you have no path forward and like, Yeah, I recognize that these are real problems, but it's not solving anything to be like just in a terrified state of Pan.

  • I am one of the climate advocates who will say No, no, I don't I don't think that panic will help.

  • I think it would make sense to panic.

  • Panic is, that is a normal emotion tohave in.

  • Given the circumstances, it's not the most helpful.

  • While I think that having all of these crises makes it harder to connect because it seems like all of those things out there are more important then all of these things in here, all the like taking care of yourself, the valuing yourself and the valuing of the other people in your life.

  • Am I reading a book about this right now?

  • Sure, sure, yes.

  • So I'm thinking about it a lot, and I'm very tired because I'm Australia hungover to money.

  • VBS.

  • No, I just didn't sleep in.

  • I think that paying attention is important.

  • I think that engaging with it is important.

  • I think that there's a certain amount of constant connection, like looking for dragging through, trying to get the thing at that moment that it comes out so that I could put the tweets in my mouth like their peanut M and M's until I can't even chew there.

  • So money in there, that's I want to engage with the crisis.

  • But life or peanut?

  • Eminem's in your mouth at the same time, and I know this from experience is not better than having to 17 is too many unhealthy.

  • It's messy, and it's not enjoyable.

  • Here's my middle aged man.

  • Take, Just because we're not doing something perfect doesn't mean that we're not doing making climate as an example here, I know that the denial is discouraging.

  • I know that there have been a lot of deadlines crossed up to this point.

  • We have started down a lot off very promising, interesting path.

  • The fact that America is like, down below 1995 levels of carbon dioxide is while I wouldn't have been able to tell you back then how we were gonna do it, just like nobody knows now how we're going to get through our various messes.

  • We've got ideas but we won't know how we solve the problem until we saw the prop, it's deeply important for me to feel like I can find a place between panic and complacency.

  • I know that place exists and here's how I find it.

  • I imagine that the problem is this huge mountain that we have to climb.

  • But we can't see the ground.

  • We can't see the path.

  • We can't see the time, so all I can do is take one step that feels like it's in the right direction and encourage my leaders to take steps in those directions as well.

  • Some things that the reason we can't do this stuff because we don't we literally don't know how we're going to solve problems until we solve them.

  • So we take the step and things get better.

  • We get a little higher up over.

  • The obstacles in my way is to remember that all of the crises so far were solved in ways we didn't understand that would be solved.

  • We couldn't have predicted that future.

  • We couldn't have predicted this and so when I think I don't have to solve this problem, that's always how it ISS we never know how to solve the problem.

  • We just thus far just work a lot as individuals as a collective.

  • And then we get there so far.

  • John, I'll see you on Tuesday.

Good morning, John.

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    林宜悉 發佈於 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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