Life used to be assumed under a lens of Tradition.

Life used to be assumed under a lens of Tradition…Fiddler on the Roof shared the melody, but the message was “traditions are why we do what we do.”

This pit-stop landing in the 21st century has shown me the Conditionality of our walk, talk and intentions…

It seems that secondary gain issues are the foundation for all inter actions with others as well as with inanimate objects…why we do what we do now seems to be triggered by the expected outcomes from our actions…Return On Investment seems to be the underlying object of a simple greeting…a friendly smile…a tip…a shoulder-tap…a gift of….

Any, Meenee, MyKnee, Mo….now why did you step on my big toe?

Originally published at medium.com

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