While I contemplate on how to reduce belly fat – what to choose between work-out and pills or between the hard or easy way – I came to a conclusion that a large part of results in our lives come from discipline.
Last Wednesday, a worker in one of the plants in the company where I work went missing. Speculations include the possibility of accident, and worst, murder by criminals. All forms of monsters lurk in the street when night falls and who knows what could have happened?
The guy was found behind bars on Friday afternoon. The borrowed motorcycle he used to send another co-worker home killed a 73 yr old man when he wasn’t able to balance the motorcycle as he was climbing the slope of a path. The old man was crossing the path and was hit and dragged when the motorcycle dropped down the slope. Guy M had a head injury, too. He was put behind bars facing multiple charges.
All of us wishing for him to be safe before were thinking now of the benefit of him not coming alive out of the mess. It may sound cruel but to live and face such a very complicated situation makes him a walking dead. The agony of the whole thing for his family, especially to his wife and kids, is unbearable. Even if I am not witnessing what is transpiring now in his life, I am sure of the pain that they are enduring.
But as the old saying goes, if there is life, there is hope. Maybe there will be good that will come out of it all. But I am sure that he had learned his lesson very well that there are always consequences to a wrong-doing, that before plunging into anything, use the head.
And back to reducing belly fat, similar things are running in my head. I had not considered on exercises, or work-outs, or drills, to be physically fit. Maybe because I am a working mom and there are many things to pencil in to draw at least a happy life if not a perfect one. But there are always consequences, as mentioned. In my case, a bloated body and belly to trim.