Trending, I am told, is an article entitled:
whose premise is that maybe we should give into temptation since most of us are not good at resisting it. Why feel bad? Why not enjoy the forbidden apple, the extra slice of pie, the entire box of pizza, etc., etc., etc. ad nauseum, until one collapses in an orgy of excessive consumption.
All hail Nero who had a fetish or two. He divorced his first wife, then had her beheaded and brought her head to Rome for his second wife to see. He kicked his second wife, Poppaea, to death when she was pregnant with their second child. When saw a young boy who looked like Poppaea, he married him, forced him to dress as a woman, and had him castrated, just for kicks.
He also killed his own mother, then there were rumors their relationship was much more than mother and son.
Oh, how we love to talk when it is saucy and racy.
Resisting temptation is a virtue, or is it?
An unpublished study, BORG ALERT, demonstrates that resisting temptation is futile. Besides that, it is exhausting.
I am confused
Now, if there is a point to this study it is this – enjoy better habits then there is less to resist. Or, simply resist the temptation to read and believe something that’s hogwash.