How we consciously and intentionally use competition as a tool for a better world?
“Personal responsibility” forms the backbone of polarization in our country today. We all agree we need it. But we can’t actually agree on what it means.
Beyond the job titles, beyond the outfit – what has your life been preparing you perfectly for? That’s the core question of the Right Livelihood Quest.
Seemingly conflicting, but equally necessary truths are known as polarities. Polarities represent some of the fundamental tensions that come up in our organizations and in our lives as individuals.
Our society’s current systems are failing us. They no longer serve the common good to the extent they can and should.
We are outraged at racism and sexism. But can we reframe the story to reveal possibility when before we saw hopelessness and despair?
Growing support for Trump’s ideas is not that they are becoming more popular. It is because those who hold them most dearly now feel more threatened – and therefore are getting louder – than ever.
Eating bugs is not only an opportunity to expand our diets and find delicious food, it is essential for our society’s sustainability.
We deserve to be angry about corruption in politics. It’s how we harness our anger that counts. It’s how we harness our anger that could really change everything.
Americans don’t think much of atheists. According to a 2015 Gallup poll, 74% of Americans would vote for a qualified gay or lesbian for president. Only 58% would vote for an atheist. Forty percent would refuse to vote for an atheist.
Systems thinking is a new paradigm of analysis that encourages and enables us to understand complex and often hidden dynamics throughout our world.
It’s a paradoxical world we inhabit, compelling us to operate not by facts as our paradigm pretends to but by an impossibly gray makeup of subjective truths and universal realities.
We’d be wise to honor the reality that emotions drive the human experience far more than logic ever did.
Kim, your cartoon reinforces a very unhelpful sentiment: that spreading memes on social media does little, if anything, to help encourage social progress.
The most effective way I can see to achieve this is to support Hillary in becoming our next president and the Democratic party in defeating Trump.
I thought to myself, “Has this been here the whole time?”
If Trump is really serious about eliminating terrorist attacks, why not propose banning men?
Is it possible that by spitting hate and vitriol at rapist Brock Turner we simply reinforce the thought processes that got us here in the first place?