Monthly Archives: October 2007

Sanity

This is poignant and timely. Every time I hear pundits and politicians speak of war in Iraq or war with Iran I hear the same sort of self-justification for destruction as is described here. There is always some reason why … Continue reading

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His agent

I’ve been doing a lot of thinking, pondering and meditating lately. I live a life of active contemplation. Despite this or because of it I am blessed. My recent decision to apply to an MBA program has been born of … Continue reading

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Dynamite birthday

Today is the birthday of Alfred Nobel who actually invented dynamite. He intended it to be used for peaceful purposes. “I wish all guns with their belongings and everything could be sent to hell, which is the proper place for … Continue reading

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Lifelong learning

This afternoon I enrolled at Excelsior College’s Master of Business Administration. In the past nearly two years of blogging I’ve written about a number of different topics. Blogging has been cathartic and catharsis often gives birth to new ideas and … Continue reading

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Paradigm change

In reading one of the blogs that I regularly read I came across this video which is well made, timely and poignant. I work in an educational establishment. I have a Master of Arts in Educational Psychology. I’m always watching … Continue reading

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Colbert for President

I called Stephen Colbert with a dare: if he thought it was so easy to be a Times Op-Ed pundit, he should try it. He came right over. I had staged a coup d’moi. read more | digg story It’s … Continue reading

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Never the same

We are always at the beginning. It is always the very first time. Truly, there are no repetitions. When I play the piano, I often come to a repeat sign. Can that passage be repeated? If I am teaching a … Continue reading

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