while hudson is sitting on the chair, wondering what to write about, the phone rings. slightly startled, answers the phone, your lack of awareness acknowledged, as a gentle individual, makes self known as 'markus' (official sounding tone, declaring, rather blandly).copyright (c) 2007 - present; william theodore boisa /p (?)
hudson: 'great... i was just about to call you anyway; glad to hear from you - how are things?'
markus: 'things are just fine, they'd be better if a dozen aspects of my life were different but ya know... such is the form of living goes.'
hudson: 'sorry to hear that. i've my own set of struggles. there's so many thoughts going through my mind. i'm training to think about travel while the mind will be focused to meditate - like medicine. more meditation, life starts to improve.'
markus: 'a little bit off in left field, i'll entertain this idea: i'm sure within some form or another, an applied science. a cool technique to get to a state where there's the realization that we're on a plane that has yet to even have left justified.'
hudson: 'what is the hell? there shall be no answer for now. would you like to do this thought experiment?'
markus: 'with a strong mind to settle down and sit in the pilot's seat and focus moving over to your team, is an unforgettable will - will must be there and remain a part of the team through all phases. you'll need the will to move forward, the will to prepare, etc.. eh, you should already have that topic covered, this goes without saying.
hudson: 'do you feel like making sense at some point?'
markus: mind clear, focus, collaboration, will, and drive. to conclude: organization, checks, rechecks and triple checks an absolute must. your team is flat out qualified - they're prepared, working with you, and you just get along with them.
you, and the individuals you are working with - professionals, qualified for just about anything that happens. everyone knows the correct individual to contact. should anything occur beyond you or the team's 'scope' - you have, of course, the will to make this all happen - everyone is captivated with that drive - collaboration - without each person on the team, nothing works just right.
husdon: 'if i'm on this team, i wonder - is this going to be a rewarding experience?'
markus: 'some time elapses as you adjust to one another. someone just departed from the 'lab' there's 'the significance'(so to speak) of all technical tools - the controls (for lack of a better term).
the setting is late nite - wide awake, and still your team is in the lab; knowing what to do, each person starts working with the system at hand and knows full well their part. obviously this requires total focus and drive; what to do with that potential leaves the possibilities endless. everyone on the team backs up their mind. the instance where the crew finally gets the chance to speak the 'keywords' (system aware) that are required to translate this into a full status are in use: - 'go'!'