Wednesday, September 22, 2004


There are so many definitions.

The first one presents an image right out of a fairytale -- an old wise man in a long robe and pointy hat, wielding a wand with magical powers. Or, maybe a younger Harry Potter version.

Maybe the term "wizard" conjures the notion of someone who is particularly good at something -- technology, science, computers, math, etc.

Or maybe yet, you think of stage magic shows or parlor tricks -- smoke and mirrors.

Maybe you think of the occult.

Or racial prejudice.

Or maybe you are reminded of those wacky installation programs that load your software applications.


How about this definition, instead…

A wizard is one who has control of time -- personal and universal. A wizard plans each second of existence, knows all the variables, and therefore can anticipate events.

Does that sound like you?

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