Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Because I ran out of egg noodles....


susan said...

A karass is a spontaneously forming group, joined by unpredictable links, that actually gets stuff done, a team that does God's Will without ever discovering what they are doing.

A granfalloon, on the other hand, is a 'false karass', a bureaucratic structure that looks like a team but is meaningless in terms of the ways God gets things done.

Cat's Cradle was a great book.

anita said...

for me, life seems to be moving in slow motion at the moment. and as a result, i'm doing way, way too much thinking. and not enough doing. (well, actually, i'm too exhausted to DO much of anything.) anyway, my point is that there is probably a mean between the two extremes of not thinking at all and thinking too much. i wish i could find it.

okjimm said...

//Cat's Cradle was a great book.//

Yes, and it still is! One of the life-lessons I learned early from Vonnegut.... no damn cat, no damn cradle.... I think he also presaged blog groups. :)

Anita... there is a spot between thinking too much and not at all.....mine is down by the lake when the sun rises. It is a goodness to observe.

Distributorcap said...

i went to see him speak about a year before he died

he was truly a charming and entertaining man

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