The human body, when completely decomposed into chemicals and minerals, is worth less than one dollar.
If I were to cash out all the carbon, hydrogen, calcium, sodium, magnesium, etc. out of my body, I would need another 19 cents to buy me a Fruit & Yogurt Parfait off McDonald's dollar menu.
However, if you were to fearfully and wonderfully structure those worthless components into Jong, I am the illest ret pally, your favorite blogger, and my mom's precious loving son. I am priceless.
You see, the value is in structure, not components.
Some time ago, I tried to tell myself that it's just purple pixels. Come on, let's be mature; it's just purple pixels. Still, for some reason, I continued to feel uncontrollable despair, injustice and anger when the ubber epic drop I've been after for so long went to someone less deserving of its glory.
Why do I feel this way? It's just purple pixels, isn't it?
After attending Dr. Phil's seminar, Relationship Rescue, I realzed that my attitude toward epic loots were extremely unhealthy.
He told me that the first step in becoming a classy looter is to admit to myself that it's not just purple pixels. When those meaningless pixels come together to form Justicebringer, it's no longer just pixels. It's my Justice Bringer. My Show Stopper. My Hope Ender. My Dream Weaver!
As I was coming to closure with my suppressed desires, I began to weep uncontrollably. Dr. Phil comforted me with his burly arm and galvinized my heart with his words: "It's okay buddy. It's natural to want it that badly. Furthermore, it is important to admit your feelings, because then and only then can you truly tell your friend Johnny, Hey Johnny, I really want the axe, but I want you to have it, because you're more important to me than the axe."