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An Early Morning Thought

This isn’t a post written in any sort of academic style wherein I cite important sources.  It may not be empowering in any way, but it will be truthful. 1,174 more words


It's a Pink Floyd World - Welcome (Back) to the Machine

“Welcome my son, welcome to the machine. What did you dream? It’s alright we told you what to dream.” ~Pink Floyd

Each day, hundreds of millions of children around the world are forced to engage in boring school activities, to memorize disconnected bits of information without being given the opportunity to enjoy learning, develop useful life skills or maximize their creative potential. 

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Creative Systems Thinking

Foolish Consistency?

So I’ve previously floated some remarks about Emerson’s famous quote about a foolish consistency being the hobgoblin of a narrow mind. It seems reasonable that there might be something like a foolish consistency, but is that evident reasonableness actually validated in practice? 1,322 more words

Critical Thinking

Authoritarian Thinking 2: Compartmentalization

In previous posts I discussed various forms of invalid lines of reasoning – lines of argument that were not just casually erroneous, but formally and demonstrably wrong. 1,192 more words

Critical Thinking

Total Man

The concept of a fully integrated human being.

Meaning all compartments are one. Work life, sex life, car life, all gone. Made into one thing. With the coming of the Internet, the office life ends and brings it into the home.

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So many faces
It hurts to see
I am not there in your life at all
When you are here everywhere
I wish I could learn that art from you… 9 more words


To Answer Your Question

A Truth Thursday.

Yes, you’re not a liar.
But you’re not honest either.
You think you’re great?
It’s just a facade you create.

In your head, it’s just all there…

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