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An Alphabetical Economy

If the economy was based on letters instead of numbers then I’d surely be a rich man by now; I’d have spent the last fifteen years happily playing the market and stockpiling the little blighters.

I love letters so much more than numbers and here’s why:

Numbers are cold and meaningless. If you add some numbers together all you get is more numbers.

But if you add some letters together (in the right combination) you get words and words have inherent meaning.

And discovering Meaning is the purpose of Life.

P.S. We are back from Europe now, safe and sound 🙂 and I am keen as a teen to get on the good foot and get busy … so yippee for stuff!

2 Comments on An Alphabetical Economy

  1. Steve Mills
    August 17, 2007 at 11:38 am

    Hi Seamus,

    Good luck in trying to turn some of your ABC’s into numbers in the form of $dollars.

    In this day and age it is the letters that attract people attention, when you give story and meaning to things. Do this enough and you will start stockpiling the $

  2. Helen
    August 20, 2007 at 11:02 pm

    but one is unity, single, whole, or alone and incomplete: two, a pair, duality, choice, three, a trio, the pair completed, the trinity. Four, square and solid, foundation. Five, the digits of one hand, a fist. The five senses…..

    3.14…. the relationship of the diameter to its circle

    and then there’s Fibonacci….

    Numbers do so have meaning. It’s stock market gambling that is boring.

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