To be Human is… To be an adventurer. To embrace failure. To be authentic. To be messed up. To seek connection. To stand up for injustice. To love regardless. To say sorry. To be unique. To have faith. ∴ To be human is to step up. And play your part.
Treat others, the way you would want to be treated! This is a post about how The Golden Rule is easy to talk about, hard to think about, and harder to do! You could read the post. Or You could put it into action, right now, for one person! Easy to talk about… At … More “Treat others, the way you would want to be treated.” Easy to talk about. Hard to do.
In the past, most jobs were about manual labour. Back then strength and physicality won the day. Currently, the good jobs use your mind. Your brain, your creativity and your ability to think set you apart. As knowledge workers, the company basically pays us for our brains. Now, with Robots doing the manual work, and … More One talent children must have for jobs of the future.
Disappointed? Yes. Appalled? Often. Outright angry? Sadly. This describes some of my emotions as I’ve read various opinions in the weeks following the Christchurch mosque shootings. Christians up in arms about the call to prayer; a Hamilton City Councillor suggesting we “move on”; criticism of wearing the hijab; Katie Hopkins ranting from the … More Compassion is the only acceptable response
I can’t imagine what it’s like to go to war. I can’t imagine having the courage to leave my family. To say goodbye to those I love. I can’t imagine being shipped off to some distant land to fight for people you don’t know. I can’t imagine long periods in trenches. In jungles. On battlefields. Bored. Exhausted. … More I can’t imagine war
When I was a kid, before you could ‘google maps’ the entire earth, I day dreamed of exploring the vast pacific ocean and discovering some distant new island. Nowadays, explorers are mostly people from ages past, that we watch in documentaries, or read about in children’s books. I don’t know of any parents who want … More Explorers