What else? It is wisdom from Wal-Mart chairman to wear a silly hat to lighten things up. A light mood, some light music as well, lightens up the atmosphere and makes people optimistic and believe in the future, as everyone should. If people learn from the past, live in the present, and look forward to the future with hope and rosy expectations, why, isn't it possible that that is precisely what we can bring into being?
Bob Proctor in his book, You Were Born Rich, says that an acorn has a blueprint to grow into an oak tree. When the acorn seed is planted, it develops roots and drinks up water (rather like a businessman drinks up the necessary knowledge to grow his business as he goes along). Then, when it shows its head above ground, all the necessary energy that allows it to grow into an oak tree comes to it. That is the natural law of attraction.
Milk is plentiful in some parts of the world, but people don't seem to buy as much milk as they used to before, because it has gone up a few pence in price. Compared to most other things, this nutritious and delicious drink is still one of the cheapest drinks available, and so wholesome. I don't see why some supermarkets in England charge £1.50 for 4 pints when the corner shop charges £1.10 or £1.20 while other supermarkets charge a £1.00 - for the same size. Couldn't they all try for some medium price, like £1.20 or £1.25, then all farmers, suppliers and distributors can make a fair living? The Drink a Pinta Milk a Day poster campaign of the 1970s/80s is something I remember, and I was often encouraged to buy a pint and drink it with a straw at the corner shops. What a delight!
So, as humanity and all living creatures (who humanity looks after) were born rich, it would be a sign of faith to believe in a bright future and yes, wear a silly hat and sing a song, and get some straws out and drink some milk or cream.
Wish you a happy Saturday and weekend.