Are you more of a vision board or vision bored type person?
Ailsa & I attended Oshkosh in 1992.
Part of my vision is empowerment of everyone to achieve whatever it is they responsibly choose.
Part of what I have learned in life is that there is no “right way”, there are an infinite class of paths that work for everyone, and a larger infinity of paths that don’t work.
And no one is perfectly prescient.
All any of us can do is make the best choice we can, based upon the information we have, and then dance with the consequences of our choices and everyone else’s.
Part of what I like is uncertainty and novelty. So I always have plenty of blank space, openings for possibilities beyond my ken.
So yes – I have visions, big visions that effect all of humanity, a vision of universal prosperity, of universal freedom, of universal responsibility. And I also enjoy going places I haven’t been before.
I’m not often bored.
Far too much to think about, too much to learn, to read, to watch, to try.