Today the world faces three major crises and in addition America faces a political catastrophe. We’ll settle the catastrophe Nov. 3rd, but the other three: Black Lives Matter, the COVID-19 pandemic and Global Warming are going be with us for a while. What are we to learn from these three phenomenon?
by Ross Bishop When John Gray published his Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus in 1993, experts dismissed the work as pop culture nonsense. For years the scientific community, while acknowledging the significant impact of culture on behavior, maintained that there were few meaningful differences between the sexes regarding psychological traits and abilities, cognitive abilities, verbal and nonverbalRead more
Annapolis grad and nuclear submarine commander, former President Jimmy Carter famously said, “The United States is the most warlike nation in the history of the world.” We don’t like to see ourselves cast in this light, but the truth is that America, more than any other nation on earth, is the great promoter of violence.
We make life complicated, but in concept it is remarkably simple, although in practice things can get complicated. The simple truth is that in every moment The Universe presents you with two choices:
Futurists and other consultants had been telling them, warning them (and their unions), about what was going to happen, and they couldn’t, wouldn’t, hear it. The power of rationalization is so strong that these organizations were brought to their knees because their leaders could not, would not, accept the changes that others could see.