“The stronger a person's "I" is, the smaller his capacity to become one with anybody. The "I" is a wall in between; it proclaims itself. Its proclaimation is : "You are you and I am I. There is a distance between the two." Then no matter how much "I" love you, "I" may embrace you to my bosom, still we are two. No matter how closely we meet, still there is a gap in between - I am me and you are you. That is why even the most intimate experiences fail to bring people close. Bodies sit close to each other but the persons remain far away. As long as there is the "I" inside the sense of "the other" cannot be destroyed.
Sartre has made a wonderful statement: "The other is hell." But he didn't explain why the other is "the other." The other is "the other" because I am "I". And as long as I am "I," the world around is "the other" - separate and apart. And as long as there is separateness there can be no experience of love.”
“If the big one sneezes, the smaller ones get pneumonia, ... It's too early to tell with Horizon, but don't look for too much right now. Based on current market conditions, I wouldn't look for any big pop.”
“What makes it a problem, regardless of why, is that smaller companies are the ones who have fewer defenses in place. There are no large dedicated IT staffs in place, or large budgets for technology, so it's a double whammy.”