I just finished reading a great book, The Big Short, by Michael Lewis. I read a lot of non-fiction. I enjoy it.
This particular piece of prose was about the collapse of the US sub-prime housing market.
One of the take home themes was something that has emerged in my life before, in other books and on more personal levels. In this tale of Wall Street mishap, it goes to show that the whole world, minus a handful of astute individuals, can be completely oblivious to tragedy and even go as far as to delude themselves into thinking that everything is great. But if the numbers underneath don’t support your belief, it’s only a matter of time until your house of cards comes tumbling down.
Embrace your reality, no matter how ugly.
Numbers don’t lie. And they don’t care if you like it or not.
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