We give into temptation as the day goes on. The barometer of aliveness fails to deliver the utmost resistance.
The discipline that once equaled freedom is left unfettered. The surfeit of choice is intimidating.
The minute we put down our guard, desire and fulfillment get ripped apart by the plethora of choices.
Infinity supersizes life but also makes it that much more exhausting. Once we taste one, we want everything.
And having it all is a recipe for disaster. Instead of pushing for consciousness and fulfillment, we get eaten with it. We get fat.
The first taste is with our eyes. The rest of the pie lies, and leaves us hungry for more.