The growth of a company

“Empires do not suffer emptiness of purpose at the time of their creation. It is when they have become established that aims are lost and replaced by vague ritual.” -Frank Herbert, the author of the science fiction novels called The Dune Chronicles, wrote this fact. I think this furthers the argument of connectivity between different spheres of study. (I’m arguing both sides of the debate, I know).

Another important thought from Frank Herbert, and relevant to a friend’s post, is to remember that the only true science is the science of discontent. Mankind will always be unhappy with what he’s got, and it is to this science that we owe all our progress. Therefore I believe that the only true art is restraint, in order to balance things out. Anything in excess is harmful, as Freddie Mercury tells us, even “too much love can kill you”.

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