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If you are right then you make yourself a winner. But if you are wrong, the odds of you getting that particular result in a fixed number of places are far less likely.

And in a macro sense, being “wrong” could in a few years lead to tremendous harm for all of humanity.

That in turn could mean that you lose your job. In that case, you could also be responsible for killing hundreds of thousands or even millions of people.

That is a lot of bodies to deal with and there are hundreds or even thousands of those places to do the “wrong thing.”

You don’t need me to tell you that is going to be a problem for you to accept as a reality.

In that sense, there is nothing that you can do to “protect” yourself.

Many people have this problem of accepting that reality.

In many cases, there is even a tendency to minimize it.

For example, a football game is a split second.

The ball is snapped and it is one person’s job to make a move to where the ball is.

A quarterback who is a good athlete can do this in a fraction of a second.

Other players may be many steps behind.

But that ball is just one person’s “job” to get there in the most expedient way.

A cop gets paid to get there in an expedient manner.

The best he can do is to go through hundreds of moves before he gets there.

And his reputation is important to him.

If he is too slow, he might be blamed for another person’s death.

There are lots of things in life that you can do well but don’t really matter that much.

You can be a great football player who takes a few seconds to go a half a yard to the other team’s end zone.

But you are not that great at driving a car.

So, you might be 10 or 15 MPH over the limit.

Another problem that many people have is that they live their lives in a totally abstract manner.

Like a priest, many of them never actually think that their salvation is in jeopardy if they are not always “correct.”

So, they refuse to accept reality because that would cause them to contemplate the possibility of their own personal downfall.

It is an easy thing to say to someone that you are being accurate and to completely ignore the real world consequences of that statement.

And that is very easy for a reporter to do.

If the article is about a bad outcome, he might cut the person short before he answers the question.

In his mind, he is being accurate and doing a great job.

But he is ignoring reality.

Think about what this means.

I am a US citizen who works for a U. S. company and it is a U. S. government agency that my company contracts to do things for.

If my company lost that contract, that would be a bad outcome for me.

Now, we have a terrible natural disaster here in our country.

Our major cities are on the verge of being destroyed.

Do you believe me that that would be a bad outcome?

So, if you want to help people in that scenario, and we all need to do that, do so on a temporary basis.

However, do it while also considering the fact that there could be a long – term consequence to our actions.

I am not saying that you should deny your self any happiness.