You thought it was safe. You just came here to exercise. At least that’s what you thought. It looked inviting. It’s what everyone else does, so why not?
You have the same rights as everyone else.
So you climb on, and start up. First, it’s a walk. Then, a jog. Now, you’re running. But you’re not getting anywhere.
You’re on a treadmill–a treadmill called envy.
And like an actual treadmill, envy is all journey, and no destination.
You run faster and faster, and still get nowhere.
You echo the words of George Jetson, saying “stop this crazy thing!”
It’s time to get off.
Envy is a dangerous treadmill.
Have you every been on this “treadmill?” What did you do to get off?