It is difficult to steer the architectural practice without solid anchorages, known points for our compasses. The only thing that remains to rely on is the choice of an individual and their responsibility. Once all the Vitruvian questions are answered, once we are sure to have honestly and responsibly given the best we could have at the time in terms of our talent and knowledge, once the only thing left to be faced with is the measure of our own talent, it is easier to understand why it is less important what to do than what not to do though we can. That is when points of commonality are uncovered, influences, images, related procedures, same materials and forms, and what remains is the work itself, left there to be observed and evaluated, left to us and the world. And left to enjoy it, if we can resist the temptation.