Seneca's Dictionary

Sunday, July 16, 2006
stability, n., the condition in which things are guaranteed not to get any better.

2 comments:

David Thomson said...

Sounds accurate to me. Stability should never be the ultimate goal. At best, only a temporary condition to be tolerated.

chuck said...

the condition in which things are guaranteed not to get any better.

Yeah, I've reached that age and I sure wouldn't call it stability. Now if things were guaranteed not to get worse...