No Seppuku Allowed

Post Date: 8/11/2006 6:42:36 PM
"Morbo is pleased, but sticky."

I'm not just ready to give out any merit for accomplishing much of anything completely. I am much too strict with my praise to just go off and pat anyone on the back. We have been seeing more than the accustomed, but this means little to me. Know this, when I cough up some praise then we have accomplished something, some great feat. Belleza (and Vyse) are quoted saying: "the journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step." We may have taken that first step, but I've much to go before I'm done. Merit will risk becoming comfortable and delighted with what you have done thus far and cause you to relax what little focus is left.

There is no telling what any person is experiencing without witnessing firsthand. Therein lies the problem with sympathy, it's usually misplaced and without warrant. To hell with sympathy, I demand more. I want to see blood and bruises; accomplish what you've set out to do! There will be none of this relaxing, not until I experience personal satisfaction with what I see before me will I be content. To hell with the sympathy, to hell with the praise, to hell with any merit and to hell with you. You can sleep when you're dead and until then, accomplish the mission.

That is all.

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