Learner of things, maker of stuff.
Each day injustices occur. Usually, the perpetrators have a rational framework in which they justify their actions. Here’s a trio of allegories aimed to articulate the shades of gray therein.
It’s a beautiful day in SF and the distant windows of Alcatraz glint in the midday sun. Strollers and cyclists navigate amongst each other on the twisty walkway overlooking Fort Mason. The next instant, a deafening roar dopplers toward us from above.
Good is better than perfect, because perfect doesn’t exist. Perfect is useful as an ideal to strive for, but not as something to be obtained. The attempt to actually obtain perfect makes perfect the enemy of good.