Leadership

Let All Be

Let All Be

Let it be. ~John Lennon If I could give one bit of advice I could go and back and share with my younger self and to generations following, advice benefitting them and society, it would be, “Let it be.” My father, a contemporary of but not a fan of Lennon phrased it thus; “Don’t sweat […]

Stuck Between Repricklicans and Dickocrats

Stuck Between Repricklicans and Dickocrats

Struggle is a never ending process. Freedom is never really won, you earn it and win it in every generation. ~Coretta Scott King The greatest threat to freedom in American is not undocumented immigrants, our unhealthy dependence on fossil fuels, the desert nomads ready to sacrifice for the mythical 72 virgins, or nuclear armageddon at […]

When Evil Ascends the Throne

When Evil Ascends the Throne

I think if you’re impregnated with good literature, with good culture, you’re much more difficult to manipulate, you’re much more aware of the dangers that powers represent. ~Mario Vargas Llosa We the people tend to elect the least common denominator to public office because we are a nation choosing to watch TV rather than crack […]

Little Hands Pushing Little Buttons

Little Hands Pushing Little Buttons

And sometimes ignorance is even harder to deal with than deliberate evil. ~Ryu Murakami Evil knows it is evil and does not care. It’s a known quantity leaving us with expectations easily managed though still painful. Ignorance is unaware of its own stupidity. Decisions made are based on wrong knowledge, half-knowledge, or evil knowledge because […]

The Dichotomy of Martyrdom

The Dichotomy of Martyrdom

do not speak to me of martyrdom, of men who die to be remembered on some parish day. i don’t believe in dying though, I too shall die. and violets like castanets will echo me. ~Sonia Sanchez I am torn by the dichotomy of martyrdom. On the one side, there is a respect to be […]

Stopping The Madness

Stopping The Madness

At the edge of madness, in the ecstasy where all is forever and all is never, they are gods. ~Eduardo Galeano The US Government is on the edge of madness has been for decades, precariously perched on the razor edge of a Damascus blade and the blood of the American people is dripping on the […]

Competition Drives Organizational Stupidification

Competition Drives Organizational Stupidification

It is better to fail in originality than to succeed in imitation. ~Herman Melville The problem with failure is not the act of failing, it is the stigma hung on failure by a society most which have never tried anything difficult. Society is fixated on the dualism of first or worst. They no longer acknowledge […]

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