In one of the LeCarre novels, a character, or maybe the narrator, says, "What is to be done?" This is prime ethical quandry we meet every day. What do we do? Do we go out to discover the new world, or do we settle for some leftovers out of the refrigerator. Should we do nothing if we can only do a little?
A Sesame Street board game I played with my kids 30 years ago showed Cookie Monster with a dilemma; (1) Take an arduous trek in search of everlasting joy and peace or (2), Eat a cookie. He chose the cookie. Someone
said, "But Cookie monster, you will not have everlasting joy and peace."What do you think? I'd like to know. Post a comment. And Christmas is coming, so
He replied: "Yes, but I did get one fantastic cookie.
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