If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you,
But make allowance for their doubting too…
I’ve mentioned rabbit holes. Yep, these kinds of rabbit holes. This is the story of another. It all started with this: A Harvard Business Review article about how to write without boring a reader to tears. It sort of gets back to a randomness about the Hemingway Editor from a long, long time ago. All the way back in December last year.
Which led to an article about how Warren Buffet writes his annual letter as if he’s writing to his sisters. Which brought me to this little poem I thought I’d share with you: Rudyard Kipling’s opus, If.
These randomnesses are meant to be short, so even though it’s a short poem, I’ll refrain from including it. You should read it, though. It’s pretty good.