Quotes of the life you deserve
A child longed for the arrival of the village festivities because with the celebration one could enjoy cakes, ice-creams and, especially, meringues. When the day arrived, he ate the first one with devotion, almost collapsing his breath. He enjoyed the second one exactly the same. In the fifth meringue he began to feel some weariness. In the sixth one, he stopped. From here, he was willing to contribute something so he would not eat more meringues. The boy grew up and ate hamburgers. When he went out with his family on Sundays they used to eat this kind of food. One day he experienced with hamburgers the same as with meringues. The satisfaction provided by the last burger bordered on the negative. He would pay for not eating it, he came to say. With a few more years, he realised that meringues had undermined his teeth and that the burgers had damaged his arteries with high cholesterol levels. Besides, the work that cost him to get the money to pay for the burgers was harder than he had imagined. He discovered the UMD, contrasting the value of what he consumed and reassessing the costs of dentists, doctors and the real sacrifice of his work. He concluded that, with a single hamburger a month and many vegetables and legumes, he was happier.