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Art and science are like the two bookends of the humanity scale. One can study to get a degree in bachelor of arts or bachelor of science. Which one is more important? Science is straightforward. Clear in its goals and … Continue reading
“The End” maybe to the point but a bit abrupt. Would not recommend it if graceful exit is the end goal. Imagine someone sneezed, and you were gone. Couldn’t wait to leave? Instead, plan ahead, be positive and be brief. … Continue reading
F R E E D O M, insofar as: doing what heart desires, finding what feels good, and enjoying what life offers. What does retirement mean to you?
Part 1 here. A few days ago, I came across this quote: Empathic listening takes time, but it doesn’t take anywhere near as much time as it takes to back up and correct misunderstandings when you’re already miles down the road, … Continue reading
Change is a popular topic of discussions as many folks look for change to their circumstances. That’s how we got weight watchers, alcohol anonymous, and Donald Trump, among other things. Inertia, the flip side of change, however is less talked … Continue reading
Knowledge, especially book knowledge, is kinda basic. Meaning it gives the pre-requisite step to whatever needs to be accomplished. Knowledge by itself is not achievement. For example, knowledge from medical school to becoming a doctor does not guaranty one can actually … Continue reading