There are some situations or legacies which I think more spending or more resources per se will not change or ameliorate, these are the social equivalent of health problems which are of an order for which palliative care can be the only response, the ways in which increases in spending are managed can be part of another unacknowledged "system fail" too for people working within the system and people receiving services from it.
Good on you for remembering that the machines have human beings like you and I in them! As well, the bolded concept has me interested. It makes me think of situations where solving or healing one case at a time isn't fast enough to overtake the collective social cause, sometimes further gummed up by a lack of awareness of that big picture.
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RLOAX (don't do it) ⯮ Melancholic Hufflepuff
A lonely island where only what is permitted to move moves, becomes an ideal. Jung
Eek, this is going to be a rough weekend. I had to drop my glasses off to be shipped out to a lab and fitted with new lenses. All I have left are a 4.5-year-old pair with old lenses, which I hate with a passion, and my prescription sunglasses. I'm leaning toward wearing my sunglasses the whole time...
The glasses...just keep the end in mind and hopefully, it won't be so bad...and sun shades, well, they will make you look cool.
A student said to his master: "You teach me fighting, but you talk about peace. How do you reconcile the two?" The master replied: "It is better to be a warrior in a garden than to be a gardener in a war." - unknown/Chinese