February 2002 Archives
We are but bamboo in a forest, in appearance so frail and slender, yet possessed with a unique inner strength. Sometimes, the wind blows and we bend yet rarely do we break. It must be noted that where the bamboo grows thickly the tribulation that is the wind no longer has any sway. What force can then break this stand that is possesed with such synergy? Can this come only from within? An intrinsic flaw that could destroy such strength. And what of the lone bamboo driven in every direction by the wind but yet unbroken?