Chapter 2 I skipped a day, it was just too hot yesterday to sit in front of this screen reminiscing about all things childhood. But I am back today and the advantage of "hind-sight" has really been front and centre in my reminiscing. I was also dealing with lots of comments from others regarding childhood … Continue reading Pioneer or Settler?
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"The problem with the idea that history repeats itself is that when it isn't making us wiser it's making us complacent" Lisa Halliday, Asymmetry Rethinking life Fugue is defined as "a state or period of loss of awareness of one's identity", often coupled with flight from one's usual environment. After almost two years of this pandemic … Continue reading Pandemic Fugue
Quiet For Too Long
I have been gone and thought my days of posting my thoughts were behind me. It has taken a pandemic to come to the realization that I am not ready to stop posting the garbled garbage of my thoughts yet. I thought I was ready to stop posting but didn't want to stop writing. Now, … Continue reading Quiet For Too Long
On the Issue of Survival
"It is not the strongest or the most intelligent who will survive but those who can best manage change" - Leon C. Megginson Many years ago I read a number of books written by Leon Megginson, an academic considered by many as a business guru. The first one was written in 1972 entitled "Personnel - … Continue reading On the Issue of Survival