True, its easier to conceive something than bring it to, uh, rhealization (hehe).BUT, its also imminently better to take stock of ourselves whether we are ready to enter into a commitment - ANY commitment - or not. Because, as I'm sure you know already, committing to something entails giving something of ourselves, that we cease to exist merely for our own but for whatever and/or whoever we commit to.Finally, Little Sister, I leave you something to add to your equations: the Paradox of Commitment: it sets you free.Because when you commit - to a person, to a cause, to an org, to an Action - you depart from the realm of being subject to the caprice of chance and move into that situation where everything is dictated in relation to the commitment. You now have a point of reference, and are thereby free to act, knowing that each action, each decision, can be measured by its effects on your commitment.PS: if it means anything, I was proud too about the stuff you were able to do in the last post ^_^ We're Ramoses. We can do ANYTHING. Phear us.
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