This is the only quote I’ve used three times in Epsilon Theory notes, previously in The Tao of Portfolio Management and Who’s Being Naïve, Kay?, because it’s such a powerfully wise observation about the vessels we create when we put together a portfolio.
But its wisdom goes way beyond investing. Our days are spent shaping clay into vessels … our homes, our businesses, our friendships, our marriages, our children … our lives themselves.
Not every empty space needs filling.
I actually scrolled up to the top to see when this was posted, it seems applicable now more then ever.
If you’re a new arborist, how does one tell the difference between a lianas and maybe hops (or any vine plant that produces something of use)?
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