This has appeared out of blue. I will switch all the topics. It is pointless to accumulate goodies in any form: files, records, books. But the worst is to accumulate goodies in a systematic way. For example, to collect discography of musicians if you only have time to listen two-three full tracks a week. That system will not be “good”. We know this quote: “For God is not the author of confusion, but of peace” (1 Corinthians 14:33). For a sake of peace, don’t collect. The system can make you think you need to be complete with your collection. That’s a trap. We must let this worry go.
One problem of big corporations that I have observed, they tend to code/cipher big terms in unnecessary way. By ‘big terms’ I mean concepts, projects, initiatives, etc. The codes create rituals, which has miserable symbolic meaning (e.g. not like real Christian service). At the end it irritates everyone, nothing more.