2a) how does the eorum of multiplicati sunt infirmitates eorum postea acceleraverunt not refer to the sanctis of the previous verse and
b) how does postea acceleraverunt correspond with "those who hasten after other gods"-type English translations?
fled back to the kitchen, and bounced from closed window to closed window in full-on champion parkour mode until I finally got it to notice that I'd now opened the door for it to leave.
Hopefully it'll remember this ordeal and stay out in future.
Electrician has now replaced sensor on security lights (old wiring had degraded and gone 'splodey); replaced long-dead garage security lights with new ones that don't have a nest of ants inside; and confirmed water dripping through bathroom fan(!) isn't electrical hazard.
AND today was so busy I lost track that the electricians hadn't called me back, and my plan to go out for the evening cancelled, so now I have a very cold house. May be in bed early tonight (which I could probably use to be fair....)
Vanity, vanity, all is vanity! There's nothing new under the sun, even cynical revelations, why am I even typin
So: There's no point working hard in your current role and there's no point working hard to get a promotion, therefore you might as well just sit at your desk and play solitaire all day. Until you realise that this is also pointless.
But: No matter how senior role a get and how much scope that gives you to do a good job at work, there's always someone more senior than you who can screw everything up with a single stupid decision.
Like: There's limited time in the day so you can either spend it learning how to do your current job really effectively, or convincing people they should hire you for a more senior job. (Seems plausible this is a causative factor for the Peter Principle.)
Rage, rage against the lying of the Right. Ngāti Pākehā te iwi. pronoun.is/she
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