“Success is getting what you want, happiness is wanting what you get.” Dale Carnegie
Recently, I met and surpassed my “Subscribership” goal; I am in debt to the known and unknown readers who have buoyed my spirits, corrected my errors, lauded and clinically critiqued my opinions; you have contributed to the continued elasticity of my intellect, the firm conviction that the web I thrive in, at times isolated, but never lonely, produces the desired effect. I can state unequivocally, because of you, a myriad of diverse souls, scattered throughout the globe, that I am happy with the gifts I’ve received.
“Success is not final, failure is not fatal; it is the courage to continue that counts.” Sage, Winston Churchill recognized that success is not an end in itself, and never does appear without bruising disappointments, scars reminiscent of the journey leading to the taste and “sweet smell of success.” Computer glitches, self-reflection, dark moments of questioning my goals, miraculously evaporate when concentrating on a review. Unlike Sisyphus, having the same monotonous boulder to manipulate, my varied blunders will ceaselessly occur, but perpetually educate; whether insanity or tenacity, I will continue to, maybe not fearlessly, struggle for my minor sphere, in the vast, intrepid galaxy of internet explorers.