A simple life-organizing principle.
Who deserves your vote for president? If it was a tie how would you break it?
Easy arithmetic is misleading.
Fine tuning the economy is the work of charlatans and fools
Grudges and pain are heavy things to carry
Wrong questions are more deadly than wrong answers
A university professor once told me that the very best grant situation was to get money for a project that you had already completed. Ethics aside, the statement makes an interesting point. The very best deal on the recipient side is to get value… Continue Reading “Solve Real Problems”
I happened to catch an old episode of Star Trek: Next Generation the other day. The interesting part is that United Federation of planets is busy trying to find and befriend other civilizations. To share knowledge and culture. To grow together. How much does… Continue Reading “Small Advantage – Big Gains”
Carl Rogers was an influential American psychologist and is noted for his contributions to the “humanist approach.” The Rogers approach is that we use just a little of our potential. We can increase our effectiveness if we more completely recognize the idea of human… Continue Reading “Some Good Ideas Are Misapplied”
Life is complicated so we make up simple structures to make the complexity manageable. We all have icons that express the essence of some deeper meaning. Be careful. Consider the Buddha’s idea, “I must state clearly that my teaching is a method to experience… Continue Reading “Icons and Thinking”