Here’s where I think he went wrong: He didn’t gather all of his facts.
The fox was very cunning and the goat was foolish who jumped into the well without thinking. The fox tried to reach the water but could not do so.
Sometimes, these hurried acts can lead us to death.
It is connected to a great many literary works by some common themes. Mythology in particular and history in general, has shown us that the right to experiment comes with an equal responsibility to stop and think about what we are doing before we do it.
Time and time again we have heard the story of Frankenstein.
But if you question my integrity, well that’s tougher for me to swallow.
I’m questioning whether I want to get involved with someone who was so quick to jump to conclusions without taking the time to gather the facts.I recently received an e-mail from someone who probably could have used my mother’s advice.It was from a colleague with whom I’m considering doing business.Had Victor taken the time to contemplate his actions, he surely would have not created his monster, and he, William, Elizabeth and the rest of his family would have lived in peace.It is pretty basic knowledge that Albert Einstein worked with the scientists of the Los Alamos National Laboratory to facilitate the splitting of the atom, and consequently the development of the atomic bomb and the modern nuclear weapon.So what do I do to determine if I can get past this? The distance between us doesn’t allow for me to meet with him in person, so I do the next best thing.I could get defensive or fire back an e-mail that only perpetuates the problem, but a frank conversation about the situation is the only thing that will allow me to see if we can get past it or if it’s a sign that this isn’t the right opportunity for either of us.He shows us his lack of regard toward the responsibility he clearly had as the creator of the monster. September 24, 1945, 6 weeks after the atomic bomb attack on that city, the second atomic blast in history. Licensed under Public domain" data-lightbox="media-gallery-1567813931"His greatest mistake is when he doesn't take the time to consider the results of his actions before the initial creation.He then exacerbates his error by abandoning his creation, like the teenage mother who, upon discovering her inability to care for her child, leaves it to fend for itself.The e-mail questioned the truthfulness of something I had said and included his “proof” of my dishonesty. It sticks in my craw that someone I’m thinking about doing business with would insinuate that I’ve been lying.The problem was that he was mistaken, and I was able to quickly point out where his confusion had come from. You can question my intelligence or my work ethic, and I most likely will get past it pretty quickly.