Friday, August 27, 2010

Checklist

True Christian, not church-goer

Atheist

Beautiful

Handsome

Rich

Middle-income

Tall

Short

Just-right

Self-employer

Music-lover

Open to new things

Stuck-in-their-ways

Old-soul

New groove

Peace-maker

Kindler

All the above

Many more

Others

The items on our checklist of life are numerous. These are, but a few. The checks are deliberate to reflect the diversity of the items; food, clothing, shelter, love, etc. Maslow listed the bare essentials but eventually others creep in. What are some of your needs in life?

*P.S: Vodafone broadband was installed yesterday after my dad went to the office and was told there was a glitch that was why the installation was not done the previous week, like they said. Since I am working most of the time, I cannot use the connection during the peak periods (daytime). So I am giving it a testing period of a month, then I will render my verdict. I had the regional head of operations calling me to inform me about the installation; my dad says it is probably because I threatened to come for a refund. Whatever it is, I got internet at home. Let's see whether this will be a good relation with Vodafone Ghana.

Enjoy your weekend. 

3 comments:

Graham said...

Oh, It's possible to alter you list. You don't want to know! lol
But why does subversion provide so much pleasure?

Myne Whitman said...

I think the biggies for me are love and happiness. And I don't think lists are that important.

Tetekai said...

@Graham: yes, it is possible to alter the list. i guess it delights us to do things that are out of the ordinary and to think we are the only ones doing so.

@Myne: Love and happiness are important.
People make lists one way on the other to keep track on things. Physical lists may not be made but mental ones are kept consciously or unconsciously.