... Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus
The beginning of a Thunk.
"it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of God."
Heaven is here or it is nowhere.
I cannot speak knowledgeably of information or monetary theory
However, I have threaded many needles :)
This is probably not only the beginning of a Thunk, but the beginning of a Task
So the quoted statement regards the kindaobvious problem ofA) Relative size
This is somewhat a spurious obstacle
Unless your heart's desire is set on a particular thread or needle, you can just choose a better tool, soA.1) Hearts desire
On to B) Discerning the eye
One must have the ability to see the goal - another kindaobvious problem
Golden-eyed needles and magnifying glasses and extra sources of light, oh my! (especially the serger)
ThenC) Establishing alignment
The two-handed protocol of with one hand, maintaining the stability of the target while on the other hand, smoothly guiding the motion of the thread in the direction of the eye
Trials and errors abound
Finally D) Pulling through and doubling back
Maybe tie a knot, and watch for tangles as Thunk intentions meet the reality of the Task
Of course heaven is here
It's spring, isn't it?