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stick to itiveness

  1. 1. me
  2. 2. Say I have 3 projects I finished. Enough forpeople to see them, touch them, agree thatthey’re finished.
  3. 3. Enough to give me a grade/badge/diploma.
  4. 4. That could be really cool.
  5. 5. It could also be really fake.
  6. 6. Either way… it’s on paper, so it counts.. today.
  7. 7. Now say, I have 35 projects I started. Enoughfor people to see them, touch them, agree thatthey’re not finished.
  8. 8. Why didn’t youstick to this one? Enough to ask me why I didn’t stick with them.
  9. 9. This combination issimply fascinating.. That could be really cool, if we embraced it.
  10. 10. Most likely those would not be fake (there’s noreward for not finishing things).
  11. 11. Perhaps it’s not that I’m not sticking to it, .. if the it is me.
  12. 12. All these things are me, flavors/colors of me.
  13. 13. I started something, I learned from it, who’s tosay when the end is.
  14. 14. Who’s to say there is an end.
  15. 15. Who’s to say what’s a failure and what’s a finding.
  16. 16. Perhaps what appears to be unsightly – is actually theunassuming trail to the greatness.. to the remarkableness.. to the – that we are missing.
  17. 17. Perhaps a good response, to the..why aren’t you sticking with it? is….

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