On Leadership of Corporations - typos

Kenneth Collins k.p.collins at worldnet.att.net
Mon Jul 15 12:53:45 EST 2002


in the preceding msg:

"as things stand, most Young Folks can See, Clearly, that everyone's to-busy
'making-money' to actually  'give a damn' about them, and that the 'way
things are' 'requires' them to 'compete' to "get-there's", 'two'."

is better-stated as:

"as things stand, most Young Folks can See, Clearly, that everyone's
'two'-busy 'making-money' to actually  'give a damn' about them, and that
the 'way things are' 'requires' them to 'compete' to "get-their's", 'two'."

'two'-ness begets 'two'-ness.

in 'two'-ness, nothing matters, because there's always resort to
slippery-'excuse' stuff, which, while lending the illusion that something's
happening, Dictates that nothing will actually be accomplished.

in 'two'-ness, everything tends to 'just' 'go' for a random-walk that
actually 'goes' nowhere.

it 'two'-ness, all that ever happens is mutually-'agreed'-upon Waste, as the
stuff of each passing 'moment' is frittered-away via Infinite-regression of
"Yeah, but..."

One-ness begets One-ness.

No 'excuses'.

None needed.

One-ness Honors Truth.

k. p. collins





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