99 Rules, Part 8

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8. Don’t fill up on bread.

This rule is applicable for other stuff. There are many cheap, quick fixes we can have in life that are not a good substitute for the real thing. Whether it is a one night stand vs. a real relationship, or a shot of meth vs. a nights sleep, some are healthier and/or more satisfying than others.

At church, I have noticed something about nearly all sin. Sin is a trade off of short term rush for a long term gain. Whether how you treat your body, how you treat others, it is the act of living in the now, rather than choosing the better option for the long term.

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Author: Jim Johnson

As a man in his early 40's, I grew up on a dairy farm in an irreligious home. Disgusted with the choice of women out there, I looked into religion to find a worthwhile mate. At 23, I joined the LDS (Mormon) faith, married, became a civil engineer, and now have six children. My favorite things are puppies, long walks on the beach, and the color blue (not really).

23 thoughts on “99 Rules, Part 8”

  1. See, the robots want you to fill up on bread. Thats how they get ya. They want you loaded on carbs and slow.

      1. There seems to be no shortage of those nowadays, so that could be seen as safe bet. But no, this one isn’t a teacher.

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  2. I am at the point that I can detect sugar in bread, I’ve outsmarted the matrix, but they just programmed that shit right into the bread and you know I *hate* sweets.

    01001000 01100101 01101000

    Copy and paste that string into Google for a good laugh

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