Sketch for a Theory of Persistent Passions (vi)

Work more and worry less
For in waters below lies the treasure chest

Although nothing is sacrosanct in the face of change
As you evolve, always give history and precedent its deserving acknowledgement

Think more and talk less
For to commit with the tongue first, before you thoughtfully assess, can result in mistakes and regrets

Remember, nothing maintains permanence, not even fact
And without passionate conviction, a truth established, can never set

2 Comments on “Sketch for a Theory of Persistent Passions (vi)”

  1. It is invaluable to be flexible. As the delectable ice cream melts, so the perfect relationship can fade-if not properly nourished and consumed.


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