i wrote this when creampuff (the civic) was still alive. what a shit i was for wanting anyone else. yesterday at work i saw a commercial for honda that went something like “my sister. my boyfriend. my uncle. my accountant. me! everybody knows someone that loves a honda, find out why and get yours today.” wow, what a great ad. who couldn’t love a honda? i hate to refine goals/let go of dreams, but this seems so silly to me now.
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Straha is writing small passages, which may someday grow into big stories.
There is nothing wrong with refining a goal. In fact, the ability to adjust and refine what we want is a strength.
Back in the day I really wanted a Mustang. I was obsessed with restoring a classic pony car to it’s original state. I read all about them, and went to car shows for research.
However, my experiences combined with a constantly evolving world view have made this dream obsolete. /Don’t get me wrong, I still dig old Mustangs, It just no longer feel a need to have one.
(lots of people love these cars, and they always get restored)
I see goal refinement as a positive, and a sign of maturity. It also shows you now appreciate your former car (Creampuff) more than you did.
.....and you can still admire cute BMWs.