Wednesday, February 15, 2012

making excuses

Excuses are interesting ....

A passionate sincerity is sometimes employed as an excuse for muddled effectiveness.

A dispassionate point of view is sometimes employed as a means of not acknowledging complicity ... an excuse for keeping our hands clean.

Without the passion, no one gets off the dime.

Without a patient dispassion and investigation, problems seldom find a fruitful solution.

One or the other alone is self-serving and full of excuses.

Excuses are a good warning sign. Excuses seek control.

How well does 'control' actually accord with reality?

Where there are excuses, something is out of kilter. Life doesn't make excuses. Should we?

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