Advertisements

How about them apples?


They’re always there, surrounded by the good-looking ones. But we can’t always spot them.

Rotten apples wind up in our shopping cart not because we didn’t eyeball them but because we assume they’re just as fresh as the rest of them. Probability is in our favor.

Grocery shopping is a picker’s chance. But it is not worth scrutinizing every choice; most apples are good. Suspicion is not worth clinging onto in an unlikely game of chance.

Humans vote with expectation. The chorus of decision-making is already loud enough.

Since you are here...

  1. Everyone should blog. Read my tutorial on how to set up a blog on WordPress
  2. Download the best FREE writing tool on the planet, Grammarly 
  3. Check out the tools I recommend for all creatives on Amazon
  4. Increase your productivity with scientifically optimized music to help you focus 
  5. Dig the blog? Make a donation 🙏

Disclaimer: If you click on any of the links above, I may get a commission from Grammarly, Amazon, or Focus@Will respectively, which helps support all the expenses and work I do for this daily blog. 

Explore More Posts

Tools every writer should try ✍️

Writers Work - Get Paid to Write
Advertisements

Published by wells baum aka bombtune

A daily blogger who connects the dots between beats, culture, and technology.

Join the Conversation

4 Comments

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

  1. Very true, even more so in our curated social media lives where happiness is ubiquitous. Rather, what’s behind the screen (aka in a google search box) displays the truth.

  2. Definitely. And through life I simply can’t but notice how the same rule applies to humans, and not just apples and tomatoes :D.

    Of course, I’m not talking about our physical look, but how those grumpy people who seem to be ill-mannered often end up being better people than the ones who always seem to be positive on the surface.

  3. Love this, well said. It’s always raw and imperfect (at least on the outside) that’s more interesting.

%d bloggers like this: