Sunday, July 30, 2006


Two laws control the physical world.

1) An object at rest will remain at rest unless acted upon by an outside force.

2) An object in motion continues in motion unless acted upon by an outside force.

We can metaphorically adapt them also to everyday affairs. Here are my interpretations to apply them in this manner to daily use.

1) Nothing in your life will change unless you push it. (In other words, you need to exert yourself.)

2) When something gets moving, it creates friction. (In other words, others many resist your efforts.)

Too often we wait for others to change our world, and that will never happen. Whatever we do not do never will be done.

What do you think needs changing in your life? In your personal life? In your interrelations with others? In your Esperanto club?

You yourself ought to and are able make changes, and not wait for help until you begin "pushing" the matter.

Going back to the aforementioned example, who will resist your efforts? Truly, regarding Esperanto recruiting activities, no one will resist you.

Let us begin "pushing" today and in that manner move the movement we so much love.


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