Education is a double-edged sword. It can facilitate the expression of wisdom, but it can also frustrate its articulation.
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“Nothing […] will ever be attempted, if all possible objections must be first overcome.” – Samuel Johnson Everything worth venturing involves a degree of risk, an element of the unknown. While many aspects of a new venture can be examined … Continue reading
“At Every Start” by Gregg Hake Be young at heart at every start And then you’re halfway there. With vision clear direct you’ll steer The path from here to there.
The more emotionally-charged a statement, phrase, or word is – especially in the negative sense – the less likely it is to be of truth. That said, truth is not devoid of emotion, neither is it cold or heartless. In … Continue reading
“placid,” a haiku by gregg hake Placid, like the lake After a soft rain shower- Sun warming the breeze
You cannot be honest with others until you are honest with yourself. Dishonesty with yourself produces internal conflict, a state once defined as “a house divided.” You can try to rationalize your thoughts and actions, or try to cover up … Continue reading