Everyone can tie a knot — even if you’ve never tied one before: Take two loose ends and twist.
The rarer, and more valuable, person is the one who is able to untie the malicious knots created by others so order is restored to the whole without any
evidence of the twisting.
Yes is tough; no is easy.
Why are fixers so rare today?
Is it because they have to backward process messy and unkind information for the untangling?
It’s simpler to think linearly in a predictable, straight, forward, line with no bends or creases in the logic — and when the stress of just going along becomes unbearable — the middle-minded grab the loose ends and begin twisting.
Untying demands the fixer enter the knotted mind of the besotted to reverse the knurl — and that talent takes patience, practice and a clearly creative mind that is accustomed to thinking live in a space and time not of their own making.