Important: This is NOT an anti-masking post. It is a scientific experiment to show facts regarding what a COVID-19 mask wearer might have to deal with in partly breathing their own breath back in with every breath, so the wearer can be informed and decide when they would want to do it and not within the law, not against the law. The decision is not to obey or disobey the law, but rather to obey the law and do something requiring mask wearing, or abstain from it because the impact isn’t worth the activity. For example, go shopping in a mall with a mask (required where I am), or not and do online shopping or window shopping from the street, NOT go shopping in a mall without a mask.
Does constantly wanting more always have to constitute greed? Can it not be about excellence to be better? Can it not be about kindness to allow others to benefit more, or more others to benefit, unlike greed that benefits the self?
How often do you have a back-up plan to things you do, whether all things or just things with some consequence? That back-up plan doesn’t have to be extensive, just that you know what you’ll do if what you planned didn’t turn out to be feasible or get you what you wanted. Now, how often do you have more than one back-up plan?
What do you think of tests? From academic or otherwise formal tests, to life, metaphorical, and informal tests. You probably don’t have one answer for them all, like I don’t, but do you generally view them favourably or not?