Wednesday, 25 August 2010
We all worry - useful information eh?
En passant this morning, I heard that some report has been published that shows that we all spend on average 5 years of our lives worrying. What? Why? I mean why do we need to know that? And where will it lead to? Do you think perhaps it will force us into addressing our tendency to worry so that next time they do this kind of research, say in 25 years' time, we're only worrying "on average" for 4 years and 11 months? That'll be well worth all that research won't it? Honestly, it's daft. Worrying is just part of life and we'd do less of it if they stop going on about it and producing these reports. Next thing they'll be telling us that "on average" we spend approximately 75 years of our lives eh ... living! Fascinating.
Posted by Indygal at 18:22