by Matthieu Giroux
Desserts are composed with sugar for a part. Sugar is very much appreciated by our tongue, the one that drips the dessert. However, we do not stop there. Dessert is placed at the end of meals. So many children are anxious to get to the end of the meal. Then dessert becomes even more valuable. The value it is, therefore, a lack. If the parents do not want to give dessert, then we wait even more impatiently for the other meal. It is a lack that creates the desire to add value to dessert. So value is wanting something that you need or like.
Read Robinson Crusoe’s book wondering what value is.