How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

My parents always used to assault me with the parable of the man who built a house upon the sand, and the man who built upon the rock. Of course, the one who sets up on a firm foundation is the hero of this tale, for when the storms come, his house remains because he built on the solid foundation.

A philosophical treatise on being set and unchanging. Posh. I ask, why build a house at all? Even on the rock, the house eventually tumbles, but my tent keeps me dry, the fire keeps me warm, and I can be at home on sand, on stone, and home is someplace I'm never not.

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