Friday, 7 June 2019
A Brief Response to My Fickle Friends.
Despite my concerns about failing to deliver the finished wheel, I felt I had to post something to explain why. I confess I was not expecting such an angry reaction. I suppose I should have realised that many people had high expectations of learning some interesting information which they might not know and I let them down.
I won’t be making any more commitments, I’ll just get on with my build. I only made the promise in order to try and drag myself out of the mood of procrastination which was a feature of the general air of despondency which has enveloped our family over the last eighteen months. It worked to a degree but was not sufficient to allow me to complete my self appointed task on time and I bitterly regret deciding to go public with such an important commitment, it was a mistake and one I won’t be repeating.
I am grateful to those who made supportive comments encouraging me to continue. Those others are welcome to leave, they will not be missed.
I have lived and breathed Bessler since I was about fifteeen years of age, in fact a quotation by Swami Vivekananda sums up my attitude. He wrote, "Take up one idea, make that idea your life. Think of it, dream of it, live on that idea. Let the brain, muscles, nerves, every part of your body be full of that idea, and just leave every other idea alone. This is the way to success,"
So the many disparaging comments from people I believed were friends, in response to my honest admission, have reignited my determination to finish what I started. I suppose I should thank them but I won't, because I'd have finished the project in due course any way.
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