Re: Rumpled sheets
Jul 30, 1997 09:19 PM
At 09:15 PM 7/30/97 -0400, A. Safron wrote:
>> From: M K Ramadoss <email@example.com>
>> To: Multiple recipients of list <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> Subject: Re: Rumpled sheets
>> Date: Tuesday, July 29, 1997 12:12 PM
>> At 08:49 AM 7/29/97 -0400, A. Safron wrote:
>> >that would be true. But my personal conversations with others at
>> >Olcott say that this mailing list is considered less than doggie doo.
>> >A. Safron
>> What else do you expect?
>> Any one who dares to support this list may not have a job at Olcott, IMHO!
>I guess when you work for any corporation, one is expected to uphold the
>dignity and careful facade of the company, to keep up the public image.
>Such I expect. Frankly, I just couldn't do it. The wild Leo rising inside of
>me felt penned in if I couldn't say what I want and I expect that others feel
>the same way. YA GOTTA BE WHAT YOU ARE! Or as they say, be
>true to yourself.
Every organization loves to have *conformist* and such conformism is
enforced by various means -- primarily fear -- fear of livelyhood, fear of
loss of position, fear of *spiritual* progress whatever that may mean, fear
of other means. It is the same technique that religion has used from
beginning of time to keep the faithful in line. So this is nothing new.
Organizations will find independent minded people who think for themselves
difficult to deal with, because they will be unpredictable. But great things
have been achieved not by conformists but those who are willing to take the
risk and take independent actions/stands, however unacceptable or unpopular
at that time and it takes a lot of courage and may have to face potential
difficulties. But in the end such daring ones are the ones which make a
change in bettering the conditions of common folks.
So you are in excellent company.
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