Tuesday, May 22, 2012
Life Is Like Golf
Anyway, I was using the sand bottle on our cart to fill in a divot I'd made when Jerry remarked, "I wonder how many people fill in their divots?" Then he added, "And does that change if no one is watching?" Ever since then, I've decided that life is sort of like golf. We all know there are things we ought to do, things that are part of the rules of civility and humanity. But do we observe them, even if no one is watching?
Ever roll through a stop sign when the cross-streets are clear for a quarter mile in both directions? If you're undercharged at a store, do you call the clerk's attention to it? (We won't talk about being overcharged). I'd love to hear from you. How do you play the game of life? Do you think it's important to replace your divots...even if no one is watching?