What is My Job, Now?

Like you, I do not need or want to waste cycles doing what others do with true and abiding excellence. My biological clock and our world environment and world health clocks are ticking. My desires are waning and my need to contribute, to do my legacy work, is waxing.

It is gratifying to see where you have traveled and to hear a tiny fraction of what you have learned and to sense how you have matured / graduated in O’Fallen’s Stages of Development. To hear and to notice what is now open to you.

Along these, lines, and in advance, I ask you to forgive me - and to help me notice when I shadow crash. ’nuf said.