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standards of measurement

  Our perverse desire to measure our lives, comes from a very deep sense of restlessness. It seems to come from the baser part of our human nature. Leaving us broken and defeated, while the victor, satisfied, for the moment at least, takes his bow. In time, the...

perfect imperfections

  We have never managed to conclusively nail down the circumference of a circle. Our best scientific minds and our fastest computers, after centuries of effort, are still unable to come up with a definitive number that identifies pi, much beyond the very danceable...

no one will remember

  One day it will all be a distant memory. And it doesn’t matter what you do.  It doesn’t matter if it what you experience today or lived out yesterday was good or bad.  Happy or sad.  Memorable or somewhat forgettable. It doesn’t matter what you do.  It doesn’t...

you see what you want to see

  Seeing things for what they are, is a tricky business.  I relearned this week that the human mind, before it hears or accepts any new information, grapples with it first and decides where it will put it. You decide your response before you listen.  You don’t...

354 words

  There is a beautiful rhythm and predictability in a healthy routine.  I’m not talking about the mundane or mind numbing routines our immediate supervisor hurls at us when we are at work, in order to extract more productivity and efficiency from our efforts. I am...