Each week, Fandango asks us his provocative question (#FPQ), and this week he asks us this question:
In your opinion, is it better to be a big fish in a small pond or a small fish in a big pond? Or perhaps a big fish in a big pond? Why do you feel that way?
My Answer is:
I would have to say being the big fish in a small pond would have limitations because eventually, you will run out of fish to eat when you get hungry. The small fish in a big pond is the life I already live…too many predators but I can outrun some of them. The best scenario would be to be a big fish in a big pond because it would be rare that anyone could defeat you for space in the pond, and there would be plenty to eat.
A person should always fit into their surroundings, and it shouldn’t be so hard to survive. That is why I say that I am a small fish in a big pond. Everything is a struggle to be comfortable and live a life free of fear. If I was the big fish in the big pond, I could give a crap less what everyone else is doing.