Two Halfs

“All our knowledge begins with feelings.” – Leonardo da Vinci Feeling, emotion and intuition are valued under a dog these days. Nothing that is not rational is worthless. On the other hand, the “scientifically tested” rationally explained, means “true.” Reasoning and language activities are typical of the left half of Continue Reading

Crisis in Chinese

“When written in Chinese the word crisis is composed of two characters: one represents danger and the other represents opportunity.” – John F. Kennedy The most interesting is that one can choose which character defines its character: the danger (fear of loss) or opportunity (enthusiasm and prosperity.) This is a Continue Reading