Replying to: Ddanielson

@Ddanielson Granted I'm not well versed in the specifics but the general idea I've got from observing experts in such fields is that whenever we have performed significant breakthroughs — what you could just call "miracles" — it has been almost entirely because the people involved only ever invested their energy in "both/and".

It seems to me that "either/or" is an attractive nuisance. Essentially the foundation for justifying the wasting of your own time.

Simon Woods @SimonWoods