Shoe and foot

February 6, 2007 10:38pm CST
If the shoe doesn't fit, must we change the foot?
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@moto47 (555)
• Indonesia
7 Feb 07
Ha...ha...ha... that's a stupid question. I mean, I wonder how can we change our foot? and also, doesn't the "cost" of changing our foot (if it really happened) would be more expensive than buying a new pair of shoes ?
• United States
7 Feb 07
Yes, that's correct, but only if you haven't found the right shoe that fits. Okay, let's give a situation. For example, you're looking for a job. Then, you found one but it seemed that you're not fit for it or you'd not be happy with it. The solution to this is to keep on finding the job that suits you (like finding the shoe that 'fits'). If you have used up all your efforts, and still you couldn't find the one that you like or you think that would fit you, then maybe it's time to make yourself fit the job (like the 'foot'). Either that, or maybe you need to change something about yourself because maybe that's the reason why you couldn't find the right job for you! In short, maybe the problem is not the job, but you! Hehe. That's what I think the saying means.
• Malaysia
7 Feb 07
nope, buy another foot which fits the shoe..