Sunday, July 27

patience is a virtue
patience is a good thing
good things come to those who wait
time and tide waits for no man
time and tide impatient
time and tide are not virtuous or the recipient of good things
time and tide are not human
argument flawed
using common sayings as factual basis

does inaction ever bring change?


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I believe inaction doesn't bring change by itself, though someone else's action could bring change to your inactive space... as a collateral effect of their action(?)
It's not likely, anyhow.

If you want change, you ought to act.

However... one could argue there is no such thing as inaction, since it implicates the choice (the act) of being inactive. Inaction is thus an action; and, by itself, a change.

So you’re a-changing ma’ mate, acting or not: never the same river twice ;)

5:40 am, July 28, 2008  
Blogger Frances bo bancess said...

haha, true true. though change itself is inevitable and continuous (i do like rivers), i think a lot of that is just due to time passing, not the events happening within that time. but then time wouldn't really be measurable if nothing happened between time a and time b, so maybe that wasn't really what i was wittingly meant to say. haha. good to hear from you all the same. =)

and now i have ol' man river stuck in my head... he just keeps rolling along...

4:57 pm, July 28, 2008  
Blogger observer said...

I have rivers in my head now too and I keep thinking of all the stones in a river that create a rapids. They stay still while the river moves around them but it would be a different river if they weren't there. You wouldn't even be able to notice the movement, it would all be under the surface.

It seems to make sense in my own mind. But not really out loud.

Personally, I think inaction is one step shy from complacency, which is like creative death. But I've been doing way too much thinking lately and should probably stop now.

word verification: hauigu - a Japanese poem with a cold.

10:06 pm, July 28, 2008  
Anonymous Gray said...

I'm the anonymous one above.

I like this blog.


3:56 am, July 29, 2008  

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