The Affordable Arc


The passiveness in the transition is like a constraint that is settled in the minor arc of two lips.


As if disguised as a short-lived joy that refuses to expire, and is incapable to trigger any excitement either.

Affordable to some, because the world does not care.

Customers, audiences, and even parasites do not care. Because they have a choice.

Another arc.

This constraint needs a new home.

On the major arc, in the same cycle though.

Let this constraint itself be the code for the shift. It will not be a constraint anymore.

Or at least, it will not be a pain anymore.

PS: This is how startups pivot.

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