Now that I’m a father, I’m taking the long view into account and thinking a lot about how decisions I make now will play out when my daughter is older. Decisions that have long-term effects now have a dual layering I try to be mindful of: one layer is the effect on my life and the other is how it will be interpreted by Blackbird and what message(s) it could send.
So, knowing this, I’d like everyone to help me out and start popularizing the following saying:
“Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on you again. Stop doing that. It’s not nice.”
Thanks in advance, everyone.