I recently learned a valuable lesson. Do not, under any circumstances, Google “chaos theory,” especially at 2 a.m.
Aside from the PropertyCasualty360.com blog spot, I generally refrain from sharing personal musings or perusing those of others. Who has time to read that hodgepodge, let alone comment on said hodgepodge? Well, apparently I do.
The tenets, or low lights, of this argument are somewhat inconsequential, even if they do hint at an interesting philosophical conundrum. The deluge of uncertainties in life are already scary and infuriating. Now cue eerie, horrific visions of mangled landscapes—or more specifically, those of the 2011 natural disasters and grave realities in dealing with their aftermath.
On a personal note, I have found few certainties in this existence, other than the minute you walk away from your desk or need to accomplish a task, at least two people will either call or email. Oh, and that I am destined to run into an ex-beau every few years while wearing sweatpants and a scrunchie. I also believe that, despite economic perturbations, insurance remains a necessity and a truth I believe in.