Dancing into happy accidents

Life involves trial and error. Effort necessitates randomness.

To generate ideas, we must try something new. Otherwise, all the ideas remain locked up.

The triumph of humankind is freedom: the freedom to create, cooperate, and the freedom to act.

We can see and measure success by dancing into accidents rather than stipulating certain conditions into the design.

If, at first, we act, then we deduce. Luck happens to the person as a reward for grit. But trying and discovery is not a simple combination.

The amateur keeps going as a reward for their ignorance and passion. And maybe, just maybe, the learner will graduate into a well-informed amateur with the skills of a professional.

The pellets appear as a by-product of hard work.

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By Wells Baum

Wells Baum is a daily blogger who writes about Life & Arts. He's also the author of Discvr.blog and four books.