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AMBIGUITY AVERSION

And Some Ambiguous Advice Today’s puzzle is to figure out what to do, when we don’t know what to do.  Jamie Holmes in Nonsense, The Power of Not Knowing, 2015.  I believe yesterday’s information anxiety is being replaced by today’s … Continue reading

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INQUIRY

A Search For Information Inquiry is fatal to certainty. Will Durant During the current coronavirus crisis, Donald Trump has answers; Dr. Fauci has questions. Having the answer too soon, as Donald Trump wants, and as Dr. Fauci warns us, is … Continue reading

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GAINING WISDOM WHILE ON QUARANTINE

 Something Different To Do   Wisdom is not a product of schooling but of the lifelong attempt to acquire it.                      Albert Einstein Staying at home means doing lots of things you … Continue reading

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A DECLARATION OF INTERDEPENDENCE

The Wonder Of Wholeness  Self-interest and other interests are reciprocal.  Marilyn Ferguson Today with COVID-19 we are asked to practice “social distancing.”  The more accurate practice is “physical distancing.” To reduce the spread of the virus and thereby flattening the … Continue reading

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CRISIS AND CONNECTEDNESS

With  Compassion If we can see ourselves connected, yet ignorant of most of the connections,                                   then we have little choice but to be compassionate. … Continue reading

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