Stuck On Purpose: “The Wrong Meaning.”

It’s impossible. Anything is possible. People talk about what’s next but, the world mostly just has a bunch of people who are going where the money is to make (quote/unquote), INNOVATION! BUT; that’s not innovation, rather, that’s luck presented as foreknowledge. Who wants to fight Mike Tyson? It’s better to step in the ring with a ten-year old girl, punch her out and scream victory!! No. Don’t beat down little girls but the point stands. Most of these innovators are still cowards. People with great skin, perfect Colgate smiles and, ridiculous success? Hmmm. Okee. Perfect?? No, because you can’t judge these items on equivaence if you’re not, “as successful”. — THESE ARE THE WRONG MEANINGS.

But the world doesn’t care what we, the creators, leftovers, and dreamers mean, any longer…


  1. After reading this, I think you’re missing the point of ‘innovation’.

    You seem to have the notion that true innovation results in a large leap of improvement in some way or another.
    Innovation is more incremental. Thinking back one year, not a lot has changed. Looking forward one year, not a lot will change. Look back ten years ago. What did the internet look like then? What did cars look like then? What did your day to day conversations revolve around?

    For better and worse a LOT of things have changed by large margins due to innovation. Just because you don’t see it every day/week/month/year doesn’t mean it isn’t happening.

    Using your analogy, I’d punch the girl first, then work my way up to better and better boxers until I’ve developed enough skill to get in the ring with Tyson.

  2. In every innovation and societal evolution, there are always drawbacks. But I’d like to think that a lot of good things has happened too.

  3. well it is true that people be were the money be, but also there are some super rare creatures who do stuff solely for the hapinness ( or sadness or whatever emotion it evoques in them) of doing it. It’s hard to find but there are some people like that, still. But you are right, the world usually doesn’t care about those

  4. If there was no money, there would be no innovation. Please, and please, I respect innovators. Granted, some might be greedy, always looking for where the money is but give them the credit. They have done a lot to deserve credit. What they have done has helped create lots of jobs for suckers like us.

  5. I think your analogy is funny, but a little pessimistic. Look at all the drone technology and electric cars that are floating in. These are bold innovations in my opinion that we haven’t seen before. We have the power to shape our reality and I think hope is an important thing.

  6. Anything in this world we do mostly for money. It’s possible to do anything as long as you get that dollar. No offense but it’s the true truth.

  7. There will always be people who will drag you down, and at the same time, people who will lift you up. It’s just a matter of perspective on which one you will take seriously.

  8. Any thing is possible,we just have to come up with our own ideas and innovations as you rightly stated,we one will do it for us and no body really cares.Whatever or however others see us is inconsequential we just have to step us and help ourselves.

  9. I take life as it comes and try to make the best of it.I strive to make my dreams a reality because no body will help me turn it around. Call it luck,opportunity or foreknowledge but the truth is we need to make good use of all chances we are presented with.

  10. I count myself as a dreamer and I’ve found ways to make more meaning with a smaller scale. It may not count much in some people’s eyes but who cares? I only care about people who matter to me.

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