"Time to go" or "I'm on the go" or "go go go" -- what do those phrases refer to? They refer to the body being in motion. I'll concede that the mind is within the body, but I'll also hold my ground on my position that because the body is motion does not mean the brain is also in motion.
Think of these examples:
You go to the grocery store in Little Canada and buy 1 or 2 or maybe even 3 items to bring home to Hugo. You take that 1 item, put into a plastic bag, carry the plastic bag home, then throw away the plastic bag. Why did you use the plastic bag? That plastic bag just cost money, used resources, and will end up in a garbage dump or the ocean. Now multiply that waste by 1,000,000.
You are on a 2 lane highway in Stillwater 3 miles from the interstate to St. Paul. Your speed is 65 miles per hour. That means you are less than 3 minutes from the interstate. Do you think passing at 80 miles per hour is a good idea with a full-size pickup and filled snowmobile trailer? You just used a gallon of gas at $2.59 per gallon and saved up to 45 seconds of time.
The point is this -- the best decisions get made when the brain is in motion. The worst outcomes happen when the body is in motion but the brain is turned off. Your legal issues might require a brain with different training than yours, so before you put your body in motion think about calling on someone whose thoughts might help you out. It could save you time and money -- both of which you can use to put your body in motion on the golf course.
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