Cataclysmic Delusion of Self-Control

Donald A. Windsor
Jan 6, 2014 3:30PM

I draw with ballpoint pens on cardboard.  

In this drawing, what appears to be two misshapen gears represents the futile attempts of the much smaller one to control the much larger one.  However, the teeth do not mesh and the larger one is about to topple over and knock the smaller one away.  The whole concept of self-control is precarious at best and ultimately cataclysmic.  Nevertheless, we continue struggling to try.

Donald A. Windsor
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