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2001-10-03 10:02 a.m.

How is it possible that I wake up feeling as bad as I do in the mornings? This morning was the worst one in a very long time. I laid in bed for thirty minutes after my alarm went off, stunned by how completely miserable I felt and how reminiscent of the time I had pneumonia and physically could not get out of bed it was. Why me? What have I done to deserve this?

So, I did my version of what I assume most everyone in this world of ours does almost every morning of their lives: I disorientedly blinked my eyes, got dressed from clothes I found in piles on the floor, ate a stale chocolate chip cookie, and drove forty–five minutes to work in Cupertino. I sipped water as I drove, hoping that the cool liquid would somehow make its way into the more tired parts of my body and...do something. I wasn't sure what, but I really hoped the water would do something.

So, it makes me wonder about inertia. Once my body gets into a sleep state, it really does not want to get into the awake state. But, when I am awake, there is a definite pull towards being asleep again. Why do humans tend towards this? What is the survival benefit of wanting to sleep so much? People really fight the sleep thing, too. I was just in the cafe and saw countless people filling up on coffee and tea. Why do we fight what is pre–programmed into our firmware?


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