It seems to me everything else has a reset button; our phones, computers, video games, mp3 players, etc. Life on the other h , where we accomplish our most important works, is definitely lacking this most important feature. Have you ever accidentally updated you computer beyond it’s capacity an left yourself with nothing but a blinking courser to taunt you? It’s okay. Our devices are aware of our flaws and pre-programmed to fix our biggest blunders. In contrast, life does not come with such protections. Ever made a mistake so game changing you wish you could start over restore yourself to the way you were? Have you ever wished you could go back to the so called manufacturer’s settings of how life once was. I have, and in looking back I’m honestly glad that there was no reset button. I’ve definitely dug myself into plenty of wholes in my life. Looking back I think if everything was suddenly made right again with the flip of a switch I wouldn’t have appreciated the trial. An instantaneous solution to a life changing problem would simply cheapen the experience. Maybe that’s the difference between us. When we manufacture things we look to control the situation add in safe guards to protect our work. In contrast, when we were manufactured, we were created to be self motivated, self advancing and yes even self fixing. So maybe that’s why the difference between people machines is original thought.