Further Secrets of Adulthood:
For instance, I can decide to go to a concert, fly-fish, or do a crossword puzzle--but I can't decide to like going to concerts, fly-fishing, or doing crossword puzzles. And in fact, these are three things that I wish I enjoyed, but I don't.
What do you think? Agree, disagree?
It's also true that I can't choose what I like to do, but I can choose what I do. Like driving. You can hear me tell my story about that Secret of Adulthood here.
There's a related Secret of Adulthood: Just because something is fun for other people doesn't mean it's fun for me, and vice versa.
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