31 5 / 2014
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12 3 / 2014
Your attitude towards an automatic door takes a dramatic turn for the worse if it fails to open just once. Following the slip up, you regard it with contempt every time you approach, doubting its integrity, and breaking your stride just to be sure it doesn’t try its funny business again. Stupid door.
Every month, for a very long time, I walked into the glass of the same automatic door as it failed to open. I longed for it to open and believed it could, so breaking my stride was not an option. So I kept hitting the glass. Having an automatic door fail repeatedly is remarkably destructive not only for your relationship with the door, but also for your relationship with other doors. I longed for a healthy door relationship, and I knew something needed to change in my approach for that to happen.
Great thoughts on budgeting