|4 aAnd you wouldn't recognize the complete uninterrupted flight of an arrow if it hit you in the eye,
5 bWhich it will,
CHAPTER 101 Now, the only other thing you need to know is how to handle people who try to make you look at cbigger problems instead of progressively smaller ones.
2 This is handled by the following simple dequation:
3 eD + C + B = I
4 Where D = Desire,
5 C = Certainty,
6 B = Blame,
7 And I = Invulnerability to the demands of others.
8 To use this formula properly,
9 Just remember to observe the following conditions:
10 D > 0,
11 C > 0, and,
12 B > 0.
13 Of course, the higher the value of the terms on the left-hand side of the equation, the higher the value of I,
14 fMeaning that you will get more and more invulnerable as you lay on more and more Desire, Certainty, and Blame.
||CHAPTER 111 Isn't this great?
2 We're almost done.
3 I just want to make sure this is all clear to you accounting types,
4 Because there's another way of stating the formula,
5 So that you'll understand it better:
6 $ = I ,
7 Where $ = Money, of course,
8 gOr beans, if you want to use technical jargon,
9 And I = Invulnerability,
10 hAs before.
11 Thus, the more beans you rake in, the less other people can hurt you,
12 Which leaves more time for focusing on tinier and tinier problems that don't matter at all.
CHAPTER 121 Everybody up to speed?
3 Remember that Harry's way is the only way,
4 Just like we've seen in our examples.