Category Archives: awareness

Is President Above The Law?

The answer, I believe even elementary age students would say, is ‘No.”  And a corollary is we should do what is right. Richard Nixon resigned before he was convicted. His resignation spared the nation the agonizing but necessary process that … Continue reading

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Duopoly

  What’s wrong with our political systems today? was the question on my mind.  The answer I found is “Duopoly.” Googled the word, you will get “a situation in which two suppliers dominate the market for a commodity or service.”  … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 7 Apr 2019

Our internal rhythm, or body clock, plays an important role on just about everything we do.  Yes, how well do we sleep,  adapt to change, ability to find happiness, etc. all depend on the alignment of ourselves to our environment. … Continue reading

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Change – Love It Or Hate It?

Survival is our instinct.  Ever since our ancestor’s saber-toothed tiger foe, the key to survival depends on how well we adapt to our external environment. It is as true now as then. Many things we take for granted today are … Continue reading

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The Path To Finding Happiness

I think most people would agree that we are responsible for our own happiness.  Not our parents, bosses, children, and certainly not government.  The agency is us. But has anyone told you how to go about finding that happiness?  As … Continue reading

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To Leave Or Not To Leave (Brexit)

When I thought American bureaucracy is bad, the United Kingdom government is making us look good.  Particularly on its withdrawal from the European Union.  Also known as the Brexit. If the government can’t work out a deal on the Brexit, … Continue reading

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Experiential Learning, Part 2

As an intuitive learner, I find connections quickly.  Unfortunately, too quick sometimes, and the details are lost on me.  Thus I appreciate experiential learning or leaning by doing in that the finer points manifest themselves and smack me in the … Continue reading

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Reblog: Learn Any Skills in 20 Hours

  Google the definition of “skill” and you get: the ability to do something well, expertise.  And according to Josh Kaufman, just 20 hours is enough to become “reasonably good” at any skill, including to play the ukulele as he … Continue reading

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Confirmation Bias

As much as computer has crept into our lives, human judgement is still needed in many day-to-day tasks.  These include the work of Pilot, Judge, Police, Teacher, just to name a few. But a human flaw called confirmation bias seriously … Continue reading

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An Integral Life

“Retirement agrees with you,” an ex-coworker complimented me at a recent event, another retirement ceremony that I was attending. Her remarks was candid and revealing to me.  I supposed it shows that we wear our disposition on our sleeve. Plain … Continue reading

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