Tragedies can befall us.
As we speak, tornadoes have ravaged Oklahoma. Do you think they're worried about the rising gas prices? Or some recent acts in Congress?
What about the recent victims of the Boston Marathon? What do you think is on their mind?
There's a guy I know who's not only in his mid-20's, he's also battling leukemia . . . for the fourth time! His wife and he met my wife two years ago when they were down at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN.
Some things seem trivial in light of other tragic events. For the past 3-4 days, much of Minnesota and North Dakota were rained pretty heavily upon. I got a small amount of water in my basement, but I'm not complaining. Things could be worse. My wife, despite a constant battle with her eyes, is still in remission from her leukemia.
Things could be worse.
Tornadoes. Floods. Cancer. Murder. Suicide.
Yup. It could be a lot worse. I may not be happy about paying more at the gas pump, but life could be worse. If everyone was to live as if it's their last, what kind of day would they serve?
What could they accomplish?
And for the writers and artists out there, what kind of art could we make?