Okay I'll go first.I did not get it.
now thats my kinda life
I would still go with the first option....
My question is 'does the man run the wheel or is the wheel running the man?'
My take on Harold's philosophy.1. The man is running, ergo the man is running the wheel. 2. The wheel, by nature of being a wheel, gathers the impetus to run itself. 3. The man looks around and discovers that in-actual-fact the wheel is now running him and he is struggling to catch up. 4. Epiphany hits. He stops running. Wheel stops running. Both are at peace. Hakuna Matana. etc etc. But that's just my version. Feel free to derive your own meaning.
The way I see it, Both are wrong.In the first one, he'll exhaust himself and trip, causing injuries.In the second one, a slight shift in the center-of-gravity will lead the man to fall off the wheel either injuring himself or killing himself. He can't relax.Thus the man should be lying inside the wheel.
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