Notes on Anti-Fragility, The Skater Way, and Its Societal Implications
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The kind of resiliency attained by a skater is possible now in our society for an elite few, whose impunity has created unjust power and repressed the potential that could be unlocked by the anti-fragility of the masses, but if the ecosystem is changed to allow this for as many people as are willing, the potential for progression will become limitless kurze weihnachtsgeschichten zum downloaden. This path, of course, is not for everyone.
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Everyone must be able to, if they will to do so, fall and get back up in order for anyone to fly continually.