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'Shibumi' by Trevanian, p.105
Do not fall into the error of the artisan who boasts of twenty years experience in his craft while in fact he has had only one year of experience - twenty times.
Elegance is necessarily unnatural, only achieveable at great expense. If you just do something, it won't be elegant, but if you do it and then see what might be more elegant, and do it again, you might, after an unknown number of iterations, get something that is very elegant.
'Shibumi' by Trevanian, p.73
It appears that, for the Westerners, the great moral crisis of war obscures minor ethical considerations.
'Shibumi' by Trevanian, p.58
One spoke of love and other trivia in French; one discussed tragedy and disaster in Russion; one did business in German; and one addressed servants in English.
'Shibumi' by Trevanian, p.33
Put that way, it did seem a stupid thing to do. It was like having Italians do your political organization, or the British handle your industrial relations.
The clumsiness of people who have to engage their brain at every step is unbearably painful to watch, at least to me, and that's what the novice-friendly software makes people do, because there's no elegance in them, it's just a mass of features to be learned by rote. However, this suits people a hell of a lot better than setting out at age 6 to become a great ballet dancer and achieving their goal 20 years later after every tendon and muscle and joint has been asked to perform just a little bit more than nature ever intended over and over and over again. To most people, this is insanity. But in reality, it's art, and it's the art in what we do that makes us human.
'Shibumi' by Trevanian, p.161
Who must do the harch things? He who can.