Consider the Ant


Ants scurry about, sometimes quickly, sometimes not. Often in orderly fashion, but not always.

They almost always seem to be busy. Doing something. It’s as if they know their lives are finite, and they hasten so as to accomplish something in the time they have left.

Sometimes they stop, and appear motionless. A casual observer might wonder what they are doing. They might perk up their antennae. Little…




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