Sunday, January 29, 2006

Security: another double-edged sword

What do I mean when I say something is "secure." I supposed I could mean it is tucked away, safe from harm ("my valuables are 'secure'"). Or it could mean that it is not going to move so I can use it ("this bolt is 'secure,' I can now connect my life-line to it without fear").

Free form loss or Reliable.

One means I can ignore "it" the other means I expand on/from it.

So if my relationship with God (or Tara or _____) is "secure"... which one do I mean?

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