Yet, there is a logical comparison, if that is what you're suggesting. Both effect change. One, a purveyor of chaos, dangerously effective in obtaining results, albeit without apparent purpose; the other: a solitary, stalwart lighthouse, its beam of light a beacon for those who need to change their course to keep from foundering and becoming lost; the billiard ball can not predict the changes it has created, the lighthouse is a monolith of certainty. The lighthouse feels, perhaps, as though it has the better role. In the middle of its web.
This text has inspired:
Wie man ein Leuchtturm ist by Martin Auer
How to Be a Lighthouse by Martin Auer
and maybe your story?
If you want to contribute a text that relates to the text you have just been reading, send mail to Jerry Dreesen: JDREESEN@xray.indyrad.iupui.edu
If you want to know more about Storyweb, click here.