Posted by baykiddead March 29, 2012

It's so easy to get lost. Programming is so much a part of our lives, it's easy to slip into the trance, to give up control, and let the programming do the work. We've been programmed to eat, work, sleep, wake, repeat.

What, you may ask does this have to do with toys, or culture, or pop, or geeking out? Well, everything.

I've been a fan of Paul Budnitz from the word "go" and each step of the way that I've been fortunate enough to witness, that appreciation for him only grows. When he started his bicycle company, I took a small measure of pride in posting the story here. After all, I love toys, and bikes, and well, this was Paul Budnitz we're talking about. But this post is something entirely different. This isn't about a great toy, or a better way to get from A to B. This latest offering from Paul is more important than all of that, and I sincerely hope you take the time to read it.

Paul Budnitz - On Bicycles, Non-Attachment, and Living Well



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