09 April 2007

Thank you for your advice. But my acumen allows me to recognise its limitations. A decision that is good for me is not always a decision that is good for you -- not because I deny that the space of reasons is fabricated with objective thread. I simply think that the time it takes to formulate sage advice on a situation exceeds the window in which that advice is relevant to that very situation. And why take advice if it is anything less than sage?