Her forehead is heavily powdered;
Drench her face with water;
Wash her thoroughly with pure rain.
Then inspection will show it is not the younger sister.
Anthony Jay, in his book, Management and Machiavelli, states that "more and more of us have come to depend directly or indirectly on the patronage of vast organizations for our livelihoods and on their behavior for the quality of our lives."1 Corporations represent the hierarchies in our social environments and therefore must continue increasing their role in helping to create a world in which life is more worth living. Art must be a part of that world and continue evolving and adapting to the people's social and imaginal needs.
1 Jay, Anthony; Management and Machiavelli; 1969.