By Stuart Lowman
Plane travel comes with a myriad of possibilities once seated.
Either awkward silences prevail, packed sardine syndrome or knee bruises from an overzealous food trolley. Fortunately, my last trip yielded a most fruitful conversation.
The discussion revolved around South Africa, Bitcoin and life, which eventually led to the circus act of juggling balls. In life we have these three balls; one made of glass = family, one of marble = health, and the third is rubber = work.
With two hands the process isn’t easy but doable, but sometimes, in life, you can only use one hand.
Be careful which one you drop.