If I embark on a course of action that happens to be “wrong,” the time and energy I spend on that journey will magnify my faults, and give me clues as to which direction I should actually be heading towards.  So in the end, I think that finding the “right way” means being willing to get lost…

As long as I do the best I can with what’s in front of me.  There really doesn’t seem to be any excuse for willful ignorance.


19 thoughts on “Musings

  1. Anyone who has been in love knows that sometimes there is no “right way.” Relationships can be such messy bags of contradictions and changes of mind, that they remain open puzzles. As long as you stay in the land of logic and reason, your formula is best.

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