From the mind of critic: “If everything happens for a reason, yet there are so many unreasonable people, is it any wonder so many try forcing things to happen? Would it change anything if we untethered ourselves from outcomes? Can unreasonable poeple be reasoned with, or are they a lost cause? Is the concept of a lost cause itself unreasonable, because reasons arent being looked for, even though lost causes have a reason by definition? There are as many cures for laziness, as there are motivations to get out of bed in the morning. Much of them come from meaning what we say, by doing what we say, not by telling others to do as we say and not as we do. Once we realize not forcing life to happen, but setting up our environment and mind to allow it to happen when opportunities arise, we’ll see we’re all unreasonbale sometimes, but the quicker we realize it, the quicker we become reasonable again. If everything happens for a reason, and we stop looking for that reason because we figure it’s easier to force life to appear, it never will.” 🙂