It’s really not a bad thing, though, really. I have a lot of friends who are going through a lot of hard times and have made it difficult for themselves and for others to work on their priorities.
I can relate to the friend situation. I am a recovering alcoholic. I know that the things I put toward my goals are often not ones I will ever hold sacred, but I also know that I should prioritize them just like everybody else. I guess I have a tendency to forget that.
It’s a real problem for people who are dealing with recovery, and it’s not like we’re talking about a few years of sobriety here. Alcoholism is a chronic disease that can affect you for the rest of your life. This disease is something I can’t help but think of when I see people who are struggling with their priorities.
I’m sorry, but I don’t understand how you can’t hold your head down and make these decisions.
I am not sure how that applies to you, but I can give you a couple of reasons why you should hold your head up: A. You will be less likely to do anything wrong. When you’re drunk, you are not thinking rationally. You are not taking the proper precautions. You are not trying to figure out the best way to handle this. You are just doing whatever you feel like doing. B. You’ll be less likely to get hit by a car.
Well, the first reason isn’t a reason at all. When you’re drunk, you may act irrationally, but you’re still trying to make sense of the situation. It’s the second reason that I think applies to you. When you’re drunk, you are less likely to get hit by a car, because you don’t actually think about all the things that might happen.
But there are other things to think about. For instance, you dont really know any of the Visionaries. So youre probably not going to be able to kill them all. And if you do, it will likely be painful, and all the Visionaries will have to deal with that. Also, you dont really know what the Visionaries will do when they find out what youre doing. And if they do, they might be pissed. And theyll probably kill you.