From “The Human Condition: A User’s Manual,” by Arnold Kunst
One of the most significant factors going to produce the Industrial Revolution 250 years ago was the invention of the steam engine. And whoever has eyes to see knows that what works in the field of applied physics works in applied psychology: the persistent application of an energy source to inert matter stringently contained produces unbelievable power. Like the steam engine, you and I are meant to generate immense but contained power. But unlike the steam engine, you and I are meant to have fun along the way.
In this new year may you and I have fun along the way!