What Larry King Can Teach Us in Business as Entrepreneurs and Life

This song by Rush: Hand Over Fist, has been bouncing around my head in tandem with this topic, it offers a perfect soliloquy that manifests, I think, that we cannot pass through life under our measurement alone. It is a collective judgement, if not disjointed in a measurement of popular simplified ignorance. We are integrated to and yet unto one another in a Chaos theory, we affect the flight of each other. Some of mankind’s quick narrow judgments have proven to be an incredible prejudiced disaster. “Take a walk outside myself…Greet a passing stranger, Feel the strength in his hand, Feel the world expand.” Our worlds lay largely unknown, shaded against our darkened misguided assumptions of another. Take a Polaroid of your fellow man, let them develop, as the dots weave upon that which is left, to connect into a sequence of unknown combinations of visions as the focused image comes in. Open up your fist, look at life, reach out. – Chris Voss:
Hand over fist
Paper around the stone
Scissors cut the paper
Cut the paper to the bone
Hand over fist
Paper around the stone
Scissors cut the paper
And the rock must stand alone
I could disappear into the crowd
But not if I keep my head in the clouds
I could walk away so proud
It’s easy enough if you don’t laugh too loud
I thought I was okay alone
Wait for the postman and the telephone
Lost in a world of my own
I thought I could run alone
Thought I could run through the night alone
Hand over hand
Doesn’t seem so much
Hand over hand
Is the strength of the common touch
You talk as we walk along
You never imagined I could be so wrong
Humming your favorite song
You know I’ve hated that song for so long
How can we ever agree?
Like the rest of the world
We grow farther apart
I swear you don’t listen to me
Holding my hand to my heart
Holding my fist to my racing heart
Take a walk outside myself
In some exotic land
Greet a passing stranger
Feel the strength in his hand
Feel the world expand
I feel my spirit resist
But I open up my fist
Lay hand over hand over
Hand over fist
– Rush, Presto.
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