Saturday, May 2, 2015


Good ideas come and go, but most don't materialize.  How do ideas make the leap to where something good gets done?
  1. - practice, as distinguished from theory
    - doing, as opposed to talking
Praxis is the process that transforms an idea into action; i.e., working it through.

Praxis: It's not an easily used word,
    but the concept is great.
       Talk becomes action.  
                      Ideas become industry.  
               Good ideas become great work.

When acted out, good ideas become help and change for one or perhaps many, but most inclinations to do something significant just evaporate in less time than it takes to read this page.  Our great loss.
Next time a good idea pops up, get up and do something with it. (he said, talking to himself again)