How do you fare?

Snagged from someone else’s blog. It’s a great share. Perfect for an after Christmas reflection. Enjoy.
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Sometimes life is just too good that we need to find something wrong with it. In finding that dark cloud beyond the silver lining, we see ourselves as normal and wash away the guilt of having more than other people.

1. It’s your first day at a new job. You’re still a bit short on cash, so you need to walk to the office. It’s a hot day.

a. No sweat. As soon as I get my paycheck, I’ll have some extra money for the bus fare. And hey, I am reporting for WORK.
b. Jeez but it’s hot out. Being poor sucks. Look at those schmucks in them airconditioned buses. Life isn’t fair, dammit.

5-point bonus: Identify those less-fortunate than you are.

2. You get your paycheck and now have money for the bus fare. You can now take the bus to the office.

a. Right. I don’t have to walk to the office anymore. This means I can wake up a bit later and get some more rest. And hey, I’ve got another paycheck to look forward to.
b. Public transportation bites the big one. The buses are cramped and the airconditioner’s not working properly. Look at those schmucks sitting pretty in taxis. Life isn’t fair, dammit.

5-point bonus: Identify those less-fortunate than you are.

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