Johann Wolfgang von Goethe once said "We must always change, renew, rejuvenate ourselves; otherwise we harden." What an abstract and ridiculous quote. I don't necessarily believe in what Goethe is saying here because actually if you lay down and don't do shit living life the same way every single day you actually get softer and softer. If you're sitting on the couch not rejuvenating yourself you start to put on weight and the heavier you become the more soft and blubbery you get. If doing jack shit and never changing anything made you harder then those late night exercise infomercials would disappear since people's doughy bodies would be hardening merely from watching television. The main problem I have with this quote is that it treats hardening like a bad thing. Haven’t you ever seen the Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart movie “Get Hard”? Getting hard is part of survival. No one wants to be a soft punk ass bitch. Also even if you did get harder from never changing, I don't think Viagra would still be in business. The whole point of Viagra and Cialis is that people who lack rejuvenation (elderly people) are unable to harden. People aren’t made out of clay, Johann!
|If you believe this saying then you likely model your life like a cement truck.|