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September 24, 2008

Vectors (Episode 2) — by James Richardson


Naturalness is whatever part we are most comfortable acting.

Growth is barely controlled damage.

Priceless things cannot be bought, though they are often sold.

The ambitious: those who have to work longer to find a place where it seems safe to stop.

The shortest distance between two points is deciding they are the same.

The best way to get people to do what you want is not to be too particular about what you want them to do.

No debt burdens like the fear of debt.

Laziness is the sin most willingly confessed to, since it implies talents greater than have yet appeared.

The best time is stolen time.

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Well, this is not to sully the talent or reputation of James Richardson, but I feel like adding one of my own here.
I just found this out tonight, too, so it's hot off the axons and dendrites or whatever they are, kind of thing.
All ready? Okay: The longer you've known someone, the less you can know them.

It made real good sense to me, earlier, but now I don't know. Never mind.

Posted by: Flautphorism | Sep 25, 2008 10:06:13 PM

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