What a word!
Didn't we all learn we should be straight.
A straight line, in german "Gerade" linia, lat. guideline.
Let's take a closer look at the word together.
A straight line is the shortest connection between two points on a surface or in a space.
Have you ever walked straight up a mountain peak without even taking a bend or turn?
Aren't even the prospects out of a curve the most beautiful and impressive in the mountains?!
Isn't it the serpentines that allow pleasant and pleasant hiking in the mountains?
Isn't it the winding forest roads that touch us the most?
Straightforwardness involves fixing on a goal to make a path in life. This also includes the risk of dogmatically looking neither to the right nor to the left.
But perhaps real life is taking place to the right and to the left.
Isn't the way the goal?!?