A study by German scientists has found that pessimistic people are more likely to live longer than their optimistic peers.
As a generally gloomy person I am not too sure I welcome this information, people who know me realise I am only happy if I am miserable, obviously this is a contradiction in terms which means I am, or not, happy, or miserable simultaneously.
I don’t know what I am; my head is hurting just trying to work it out. May be the research has inadvertently thrown up another reason to doubt God’s existence; why make miserable people live longer than happy ones?
That is mean and cruel, like making cabbage good for you whilst tasting foul, and yummy food like chocolate and cheese, the unhealthy option. Why couldn’t God have made chocolate healthy and cabbage bad for you, it would have made more sense I feel, and if I were God these are simple flaws I would remedy immediately.
Having said that I am a non-believer, so if I were God that would mean I wouldn’t believe in myself, this is a strange concept which would make me miserable, oh I forgot, I am miserable, maybe that means I am God, my head hurts again.
Well this idiotic ramble is getting me nowhere, which is probably how you feel, company finance wise anyway. You probably sit in the office some days with all sorts of nonsense spinning around inside your head; how can I pay HMRC, I wonder if I will get paid for that last job I’ve just invoiced for, I hope I don’t get any more calls from creditors today, etc etc.
Well, putting it simply, you could just carry on and wait for the bubble to burst, or God to intervene (however I am busy most days so can’t guarantee immediate action) alternatively you could sort out a Company Voluntary Arrangement for the business, reach through the gloom, but possibly die younger, God (or me) only knows.