From: Josh Yotty (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Sep 24 2001 - 17:33:50 MDT
> > 8. Blessed are they who plan for failure and success.
> That's an interesting one. If failure and success are boolean
> outcomes, then just the planning is important. What actually
> happens is not. Ignoring the possibility of either is !blessed.
> (And that's reinforced by (1) also.)
> How does SIAI plan for "failure?" "Success" is pretty clear.
I think that it means to be prepared for failure if it occurs. Success is very rarely (if ever) completely ensured.
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