Tuesday, September 11, 2007
Market. There is a booth offering vegetables and fruits. Every piece looks good from the distance. You look closer. That bunch of radish looks redder than the rest. Almost perfect. Your hand reaches out to touch a radish. It feels good. You press a little bit. Not too hard and not to soft. No risk when buying it.
Oh boy, life is completely different than the radish-shopping most of the time, isn't it?
You don't even dare to get close to look at situations, problems or human beings oftentimes.
Wouldn't it be great to touch and check a new chapter in your life before you "buy" it?
Well, probably we would skip all the foul chapters then and I'm pretty sure that these are the chapters that teach us more than the perfect red radish ones.