It’s like Who is on First, or the Who.
It’s you who is the Who.
You need to get the bugs out to uncover the better version of yourself.
Everything up to this point is payload: family advices (ill or good-will), the institutions (and college loan) and work places.
Some of us found out the hard way: friends at work are not friends, and friends off work cannot work together.
I am half way through Fraction of the Whole. The Australian writer charges out of the gate with a daring debut, hilarious and deeply philosophical.
Australian fascination with Ed Nelly. But he raises a great point: how can you stay the YOU, when pressure for conformity (credit card approval within 60 seconds, Macy cards etc…) from all directions mold you into a WE (a number).
I realise a striking parallel: in Vietnam, they ask you to buy a lottery ticket every time you sit down (and be a target). In the US, they ask you to open a credit card account every time you step up to a cash register.
Baby boomers had one thing right: they question the system to which they belong. The minute we turned off our brains, we might as well be dead.
We are where we are today because many men and women before us questioned the status quo (yes, wireless can travel the distance and through walls).
Yes, Voice can be delivered over IP. Yes, video as well.
Yes, yes, yes. Don’t tell me No,no,no.
I don’t want to be the YOU. I am the ME. With strength and weakness, with burden to bear, and blessings to bestow (you too).
Please stay the YOU, the better version of YOU. You will see. When everyone does that, we have a better world, if not more interesting.