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Monthly Archives: March 2018
When a bad idea’s time arrives, no amount of reason will stop it from being implemented.
The people who most invoke strong feelings in you (anger, disgust, fear, hatred, etc.) are the ones who have the most to teach you.
Outstanding ideas often come when people work together, but committees often make spectacularly bad decisions. What’s with that?
Nothing is ever as simple as you think it is.
Reflection inspired by donating platelets: There are many things in life that don’t feel good when you’re doing them, but after you’re done, you’re glad you did.
My friend Loyd once pointed out that taste is not a virtue.
People do what makes sense to them. If they do things that don’t make sense to you, it’s because there’s something you don’t understand. Don’t judge them until you’ve made a serious effort to put yourself in their place.