Leadership drives change while representation tends towards stability and status quo. Both are important. The trick is to know how to combine them.
Thinking being wrong makes us wrong is a belief. It’s something we’re taught from a young age. The wrongness challenge is to change our belief. If we decide that being wrong is actually right or, if that is too much of a stretch, simply inevitable, then wrong ceases to exist. We are then left to contemplate the world without being wrong.
Originally posted on dpsn:
Therapists, as a general rule, can spend an awful lot of time teaching clients how to take better care of themselves. Ironically, as a group, we probably don’t do nearly enough…
When I fly, certain occurrences are common enough to list but, as if just to keep things interesting, the universe serves them up in unique variations and varying sequences. Common and unique, a divine diversity. But on a two-flight day, there was sure to be a couple of good stories. These are them.
Originally posted on melt your mind:
Race has a hold on history but no longer has a place in science. The sheer instability and potential for misinterpretation render race useless as a scientific concept. Inventing…