When you need work done do you need man or machine? A machine gives you precision, speed, endurance. A Man can’t match that, but a Man can take pride, adjust, improvise. Depend on a machine until
You die, but the sun rises. You expire, and salmon run upstream. You give out, as another baby is born, You pass away, while it rains over the desert. You perish, as a wolf barks at the moon. You exit, and
I never really tried to excel. Too much work, too competitive, too difficult. But neither did I let myself fail. No fun losing, no fun being laughed at, no fun feeling inferior. So mediocre it was. It was safe, it
The other day, at a traffic light, the light goes green. I’m turning right. But the car in front doesn’t move. The woman’s on the phone, on another planet, in another zone. Seconds tick by, and I hit my horn.