Someone asked yesterday about doing helping a family member with a Swiss carport about mindless “bimbo” work. Plain ole manual labor to get a task done – nothing that will fire too many neurons in your mind. It is about the idea of working with the body and not the mind.
I can’t help that my mind is always working on something. The human body appears to have a shorter time of the day before it is physically is exhausted and can no longer work efficiently. My mind is thinking about the coming automation and robotic wave that will be flooding our lives in the next 50 years. I wonders what people will do if the world should develop and advance at a global level where everyone really has all they need.
Realistically, they will probably simply want more. I am not sure if this is some genetic of learned response from humans to always want more, while a good life doesn’t require a perpetual gerbil cage life of “more.”
I really would love to know what the creator of the universe is trying to show me. It is as if there is two very different halves of life, almost like the right and left side of the brain. Each does something very different and unique. I am literally stepping back in time about 45 years in the social and family dynamics of Switzerland and trying to balance what I spent the last 45 years working in the lab to press beyond what is the norm, to what is possible. I really don’t know how or if one can excel in both at the same time.
The articles on sports fans will continue to come. I actually spent a lot of time looking into the psychology of a fan and trying to understand better why some are only around if a team is successful, others will be there through thick and thin, and then others, I pray a very small percentage of people think a ticket is a license to act the fool.
I was surprised at just how much information is out there for the “fan” base. A lot of it is actually interesting, as I really can’t say I enjoy watching sports. Sot the meaty image of what is going on the fans mind will have to wait a few days. I will also be writing more from the standpoint of American sports marketing instead of what happens in other parts of the globe with different culture.
You can play or watch sports. I never understood watching anything. Observing was entirely different. But to sit around and watch…I just never “got it.” Perhaps that is why these questions are so interesting.
What I would love is some great single source coffee. I enjoyed the photo as it has the choice of coffee or the “T” from the taxi on it.