In summary …

Nothing is one thing […] If you’re focusing on the part of your day that was “fine,” then you’re ignoring the parts that were a miracle, or disappointing, or thrilling.*
(Seth Godin)

The only problem is that when you are different, people can laugh at you, or even worse. Sometimes people don’t like what’s different.**
(Bertolt)

We’re tempted to summarise in order to know, or to explain and even to be.

Everything is so much more than a summary, including you.

Going beyond the summary would be a brilliant way of spending 2020, not. Not only would you come up with many more words to describe yourself, but you’ll also find more words to describe others.

(*From Seth Godin’s blog: Nothing is one thing.)
(**From Jacques Goldstyn’s Bertolt.)

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