Life has a way of shifting our focus to challenges. Likely because these are things we do not choose and require energy and dedication to resolve. With this as our seemingly persistent reality, we unwittingly reflect on the shortcomings in our lives. We want to go on more holidays, earn more money, drive nicer cars, […]Read More Count your blessings
Our perception of curvature is based on our position relative to the object. Flat disks viewed from the side look no different than a straight line. (Welcome to Flatland.) Curvature is deceptive. The presence of curvature changes the qualities of the object we are perceiving. It introduces nuance. Curvature usually adds an additional dimension. This […]Read More Curvature
We account for time in one of two ways: second by second or lifetime. Since time is limited, we passionately promote efficiency. It’s all about the hustle. It’s about optimal value out of every second. There is no time to waste. Every second must be productive. Every day must account. Every action justified by its […]Read More Time to waste.
Yet. It’s not good enough yet. Not because you do not have the potential. Not because what you have to offer is not valuable. Simply because you still have important lessons left to learn. We fall into a comparison trap very easily. When we do, we often compare someone else’s chapter 20 to our chapter […]Read More When your best just isn’t good enough
Looking at things from a single angle leads to a limited understanding of the object. If I spot a circle from a distance, I distinguish only a single facet, in two dimensions. It could be a ball, a cylinder, a flat sheet or even a cone. Closer inspection might provide clarity on the nature of […]Read More Change your angle