This panorama of the Collegiate range near Buena Vista Colorado looked pretty spectacular in person but not so much on the little screen.
I've been thinking.... And when I do that I have to stop and rest a lot, but it seems to me that if I wasn't so lazy my life would be a lot better. And it's not that ignoring my inherent laziness and accomplishing things would make my life better, it's just that I wouldn't have to worry about the things that I hadn't accomplished, and that lack of worry would make my life more stress-free more peaceful and mo-betta.
Since accomplishing things requires a great deal of work and effort it seems to me it would be easier to just stop worrying about things that I haven't accomplished. For instance my living room is a disaster at the moment. The camping gear that I used over a week ago and should have stored away by now is still laying in the living room floor where I have to step over it every minute of the day. I know it would take at least half an hour to put all this stuff away where it belongs. But instead of taking the time to do that I sit here in my easy chair, staring at it, wishing it wasn't there, and berating myself for not getting up and putting it all away.
So I got to thinking, why should I put myself through all that turmoil, I'm a good person, I've lived an exemplary life, well not exactly my entire life but there were portions of my life that were somewhat exemplary based on my personal definition of exemplary, but nonetheless I don't deserve to be treated this way by anyone, especially myself.
while sitting here in my easy chair I had an epiphany, so it's a good thing I was wearing my Depends. But after that I deduced that since looking at my messy living room makes me doubt my self worth, which causes me to worry, and worry leads to stress, and stress leads to heart attacks, I figured that the safest, and healthiest decision I could make for my mental and physical well-being is to stop criticizing myself for my messy living room, remove its very existence from my mind. And since my personality is somewhat one-dimensional, I should embrace my laziness because it's probably the most obvious and best part of my personality.
So, by not being concerned about my messy living room and the laziness that caused it I feel a lot better both mentally and physically. Problem solved
I'm glad I figured that out, but it was very tiring. I think I'll take a nap.