Sat 28 Jan 2006

The New World

A handy little future service prompts a schmalzy-yet-interesting thought:

Probably the trickles from one idea usually don't add up to a living for even one person, let alone several, but then most of the little ideas from which they flow are not life's works, either. They are inspirations of moments, and the work of hours or days. The new world is improved by little touches, and rewards them with little gifts. And if it becomes less compelling to dream of retiring on windfalls of luck or greed, then maybe it will become easier to live by caring.

Posted at 2006-01-28 13:16:44 by RichardLink to The New World