9 jun. 2013

Moya Clarken

and some remain so

 

   
 

We were not civilised

 

To get back, if I may, to the point I was making 

 
 

I'm glad you asked that question.  At the end of the day, at this point in time, the matter of the fact is that, it is what it is, unless it can be proved to be otherwise.

Let me be absolutely clear, we are comfortably going forward, but the situation is such that there are no easy answers – even the questions need to be questioned before the answers can be answered.

We are where we are; the devil is in the detail.  The fact is, in my opinion, all the heavy lifting has been done. 

At this moment in time, a package of measures has been launched - a forwarding policy, all the elements of the hallmarks are there.

Let me be absolutely clear, this is a no-brainer, we have achieved a great deal but there is still much to be done.

The ground is now firm and the quicksands of danger are nowhere to be seen.

We must be mindfully aware of the pitfalls.  Indeed, these canyons are all around us and, additionally, we must navigate a safe path through this perilous terrain.

With all due respect, it is not, in any way, shape or form; a one size fits all agenda.

The fact of the matter is that, difficult decisions are never easy to make. It is fairly unique.

There are things outside this sphere of influence; these ‘unknown unknowns’ pose undetermined comprehensions.

To reiterate the point I was making - we are not trying to reinvent the wheel, the elephant is in the room, but hearts and minds think alike, one cannot cherry pick.  

Indeed, the low hanging fruits, that were once in abundance, have already been picked.

The reality is, it is a learning curve, from pillar to post.

Nevertheless that winning post is in sight, though mist blurs its contours.

Let us not harness doubt, this mist must be dispelled, and shape and form will replace it.

However, fundamentally, all is not what it seems, we must recognise that storm clouds are gathering, and uncertainty abounds.

To get back, if I may, to the point I was making...


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