From: Ernest N. Prabhakar (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Sep 20 2000 - 20:41:10 PDT
I actually had a long philosophical conversation about this (in a bed in a
Palo Alto hotel, oddly enough, though its not what you think :-). The
problem I have with that philosophy is that it offers no guidance on how to
reconcile "party on" with "being excellent." The former tends towards
selfish-indulgence, and the latter to self-denial.
The conclusion I drew was that "Love your neighbor as yourself" actually
-did- resolve the paradox, by stating that way to benefit yourself was to
benefit others. Thus proving Jesus superior to Bill & Ted. :=)
on 9/20/00 12:08 PM, Jeff Bone at firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> I tried that out with a client last night, and I'm not a happy camper
> today. ;-)
> Dave Long wrote:
>> my friends, "party on"
>> and also "be excellent
>> to each other", dudes!
>> catch you later,
Ernest N. Prabhakar, Ph.D.
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