Sunday, April 17, 2005

Justifying Time

The end does justify the time required in the long term. It’s an overall condition only realised by the individual. The one who is being entirely honest with him/herself. Something that will not fail. A pyramid has a very stable shape. If the foundation is firm then the structure cannot fail and fall over. The closer to the end (top) the quicker events will proceed until the task is complete. Ill-considered ideas may ‘take off’ quickly, but will often fail. The inverted pyramid will topple over.

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