A Mission Impossible is Often Lack of Faith


It must have been due to a momentary lapse of judgment. Because, last evening I made a silent promise. I promised to write a blog text for each speech given in European Testing Conference that started today. On the spot. Live. I just did not consider that the speeches are numerous in quantity each day, and I am further burdened by trying to make time to visit the lavatories as well.

Well, now we are here and there is no escape. You can follow the blogs via Medium or Twitter. The making of drafts are in Snap.

It would be great to come up with a good final statement here, but I am pressed for time. I can only recommend giving a try to completing a creative job against the clock. It can give you a concrete understanding of why a mission impossible is often originally just a lack of faith.

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