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Journaling conceptual design trends, mostly as "stream of consciousness" as encouragement. Environmental resolve will teach us peace. Paradox mediation provides the next healthy attitude.

Tuesday, April 21, 2009

administrative responsibility

How do I teach the victimizer that that behavior has been exposed?
Admit desperate change is a maintenance cost and will expire with the service value of past performance and relation to maintenance?
A majority of procedures need to reverse direction because they have become experienced as harmfully over indulgent.
Conceptual values have been under developed and used to allow criminal neglect as respectable funding styles..

Is there a where the money has gone? Could it be a common natural dimension (like winter?)
What if the economy is a living entity that must mature to oblivion?
Maturity turns healthy exercise into the exertion of treatment compliance.
Facing the final decision is about timing the availability of extensions.
Credit can only become debt with deceptive administration . . .
they can never consider themselves paid enough and allow the attention to service and research to share life timing.

Three branches of economy could maintain participation qualities as certified behavior that creates a credit invested in interest sharing like internet acquaintances imply values (of appreciation.)
Managing to acknowledge qualities of information could remove debt from service limits.
Lifetimes are budgets!

2 Comments:

Blogger RafĂ© said...

credit is debt

and your comment, as most of your writing is an odd sort of poetry; what I got out of it may not be what you intended, but thanks anyway..I enjoyed it

4/22/09, 2:36 PM  
Blogger brad4d said...

. .the marketing standards of this paradigm allow us to be in debt to agents of certification agencies that wouldn't need to exist if credit was self-sustaining. .but we must pay for protection or suffer neglect. .

4/22/09, 6:30 PM  

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