Saw a great philosophical statement early this morning. Thought I'd share it with you, in case it's helpful.
You've probably heard about the insanely corrupt governor of Illinois. "Allegedly." Am I required to say "allegedly"?
He's been replaced. Apparently by a straight-as-an-arrow guy named Pat Quinn. Not THAT Pat Quinn. Another one.
And he, of course, is quite popular today, seeing as he's not blatantly selling senate seats to the highest bidder. Note: some feel it's OK to sell seats in a once-removed, plausible deniability sort of way. Others disagree.
Anyway - he is handling his popularity with a great deal of wisdom.
He has a philosophy.
It's good to have a philosophy BEFORE you need it. It's hard to come up with a philosophy that works on the day you become popular. So, in case you haven't developed your own "if-I-ever-become-wildly-popular philosophy", might I recommend this one?
You know, just until you come up with your own.
Works for me!