Dr. Seuss has a story called The Zax; one is called the North Going Zax and the other,
the South Going Zax. One day, in their way making tracks--in the prairie of
Prax, they come face to face. Neither one would move away from his path because
they always went by a golden rule, a rule they had learned in the school which said,
"Never budge," even if that means you have to "let the whole
world stand still."
So as we are approaching the 9/11, I thought of the Zax and summarized their story
in a couple of lines and an illustration:
The two stubborn Zax
Wouldn't budge from their traditional tracks.
"The world didn't stand still."
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