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TITLE: The unknown variable(by Sam Tucker)
By SAMUEL TUCKER
07/22/06
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The unknown variable(by Sam Tucker)

A stage was set and conditions introduced that contributed to a particular outcome. A resulting action was recorded at some expense and the course of a variable was swayed.
There is a program that does not change. It will not end with a predetermined destination. It has no variance, a conclusion reached before it began, every possibility and every resolution provided with limitless consideration for all variables. An infinite value has been given to secure a number of lesser variables of great value to the source of all. It is the perfect program written by the perfect architect and judge of all, given liberally for all who will operate within it’s parameters. Any who rebel against it will be discarded with their data and it’s tainted results.

The securing of variables simplifies and expedites the desired results; variables not rendered manipulable for profit. The influencing of variables for profit brings about a loss of options and profit of the catalysts effecting and causing the reduction of variables.
Variables reveal more consistency, stability and flexibility of course to reach the archaic destination.

An unknown variable actively changing may facilitate the rendering of a desired resulting destination and that variable will remain silent and unyielding to outside influence. By prioritizing allocated resources their availability will be expedited to precipitate the application of our cooperative perseverance, ensuring the collective growth and talent of the team will be more effective then those working alone for their own interests.

Without (proportional reward for (talents developed and the resulting work) the failure of manyisms is demonstrated by the non-productivity of working for the ‘common good’, partly because the allocation of resources is being skewed by an abundant ‘bureaucracy’ and partly because resources are being allocated by those who waste them, without forethought of working toward increasing them for self and others. Those who hoard resources render them useless by making them unavailable to those in need. (This is not a problem here as I am alone writing about these things. I have been working hard and I wanted to share some thoughts as I am able.) With unity, cooperation, perseverance,(time and developed talent); anything can be done with the availability of resources. Time is a resource that is not renewable, consequently, It is of great value.
I hope you have enjoyed reading this piece, it is the result of much thought, reflection and time at many locations, it was not easy to express but I am satisfied and confidant of the intended message delivered.
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