So today I’m on a liquid-fest, in prepartation for one of those “50 -year-old” tests so many of us know and love (think Katie Couric here). Why is is that all I can think about is how much I want something – anything to eat? I’m not even hungry. I’m just missing what I “can’t” have. What’s up with that?
Why do we humans so often focus our energy on what’s missing rather than what’s present?
I look forward to your responses. And while you’re pondering – anyone know how to turn dark chocolate into a clear broth?