Final series segment. Following John Cleese’s suggestion to let creative, whimsical, spontaneous thinking loose, I did. Hence, Things That Happen while motorcycling.
Breaking a radio isn’t all that hard. If it’s installed in a motorcycle and you drop it 18″. It’s one of those Things That Happen.
John Cleese encourages us to set aside structured, professional, hare-like thinking. In it’s place, set aside time for creative, whimsical, spontaneous, or from the gut, thinking to rise up. So, I tried it…
So I tried it.
(pt 1 of 4) Not so long ago, I had the opportunity to enjoy a private presentation by one of our world’s most well known comedians. A true class act. Who would have though he would so reflect, so deeply, on how we tend to think?
They’re simply putting off the (almost certainly) inevitable. I wish them the very best in their efforts to survive. Really. Even the terminally ill can experience miraculous recoveries.