Friday, August 08, 2008

Dealing with the Enemies that Priorities Breed

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1 comment:

Alfred O'Neill said...

Dear C.,

I found your "No" post extremely timely and wise. The 4 tenets, or lessons, or whatever they are, are hard to take in. The whole premise is tough actually -- but getting to No, I guess is a form of freedom; freedom to not be responsible for fixing everything, freedom to be honest with yourself and others.

Alfred O'Neill