How to finish the snacks
without using the large hadron cookie collider
Do you know the cookie game?
Do you know the drill?
It begins with an argument, either with someone in your house or with yourself.
When there’s only one cookie left, what do you do?
Some would merely eat it.
That’s all well and good, but what about the others. The children? The spouse?
That last delicious thing in the house?
It can’t be eaten.
What if someone else wants a snack.
Moreover, I couldn’t possibly be the one to finish.
It’s not my place to finish the snacks.
That’s not what happens with the last cookie.
It gets broken in half. Half gets eaten. Half gets left.
The gods of unfinished business remain calm.
We return to the cookie, eat half and leave the other half.
This game can go on for quite while.
I would know. We have a cookie here so small, I’m sending it to the Large Hadron Collider to be reduced further.
Finishing anything can seem like this cookie game. This is especially true for us creators. Many of us become trapped by the gods of unfinished business. They don’t want us …
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