Ap·pen·dix (n.): a tube-shaped sac attached to and opening into the lower end of the large intestine in humans and some other mammals.
They tell me that no one knows exactly what the appendix does. That got me thinking.
What is the appendix of other things in life?
The appendix of politics is all the negative ads put on the air to try to prove the rottenness of the competition.
The appendix of entertainment is all the remakes which discuss the beauty of the cinematography instead of offering insight, gentleness and possibility to human beings.
The appendix of marriage is the belief that commitment is enough to sustain a relationship between two people without an ongoing lustful affection.
The appendix of weight loss is the notion that fat people want to be fat and therefore should be ridiculed and punished into submission.
The appendix of education lies in the contention that the more you spend for it, the smarter you become.
The appendix of shopping is very similar–the thought that name brands always have more quality than knock-offs.
The appendix of humanity is the belief that we’re “all different” instead of seeking our similarities.
The appendix of the relationship between men and women is the abiding presumption that they are so ill-suited that peaceful co-existence seems unlikely.
The appendix of self-esteem it that it can be achieved by bolstering ego instead of offering opportunity.
The appendix of lying is the misconception that we can actually pull it off.
And the appendix of religion is that it tries to please God by hurting people when God made it clear that loving people is the only way to please Him.
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