|I admire vroom's style as in keeping with the 37th chapter of the Tao Te Ching:
I looked through several translations and didn't find exactly that. (Actually, on further check, it appears as the 17th chapter.)
So here's the translation from my favorite version (by Ursula K. LeGuin)
When the work's done right,
with no fuss or boasting,
ordinary people say,
Oh, we did it.
But I also found something in the 37th chapter that I liked a lot. Again, from the LeGuin translation:
The Way never does anything
and everything gets done.
If those in power could hold to the Way
then ten thousand things
would look after themselves.
or (from the Thomas Cleary translation):
The Way is always uncontrived,
yet there's nothing that it doesn't do.
If lords and monarchs could keep to it,
all beings would evolve spontaneously.
Sort of sounds like a plug for Open Source, eh?
...All the world looks like -well- all the world,
when your hammer is Perl.
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