Corporate Mantra of Non-Chosen Words

November 20, 2009


It was most important that no-one had to take responsibility.  That these words were not chosen by any individual, that they just happened to be a certain way, just like a certain mountain range happened to be shaped like a horse or a human head, that they were only the chance fabric of the corporation was tantamount.  These words were just any words.  Everyone’s shoulders were squarely untainted.  Furthermore, no new decisions had to be made.  That all decisions were inherent in the mantra, the creation of the corporation already guaranteed the right answer to every situation.  That, now, it was only a matter of careful interpretation.

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