I run homeless from any shelter of truth
I run though storms, I glide wilfully into the gusts of rain and wind.
I pretend the cold wind is warm arms, the only comfort it provides is familiarity. 296 more words
To paraphrase the movie Men In Black, 1500 years ago everybody knew the earth was the center of the universe. 500 years ago everybody knew the earth was flat, and 15 minutes ago you knew that your beliefs were accurate, and that you were a logical, rational person who believed nothing silly. 189 more words
It is the expectation of a certain outcome that lets us down – NOT other people
Human beings have a very bad habit of being so self-centered that when we set our sights on something, and we want it badly enough to have to go through proverbial hoops to have it, and then when the other people involved in the outcome that we have drooled over for far too long is not what we had set our sights on, we end up angry, ashamed of our choices, and most of all, we end up hurt. 2,005 more words
The following is a guest post from Ralph Jacobson. I am very excited to be part of his book launch for Getting Unstuck: Using Leadership Paradox to Execute with Confidence… 461 more words