Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can. — Arthur Ashe Via Ben.
Tag Archives: philosophy
There are many recipes for burnout. One of them by analogy is to operate a 28 ton earth moving machine powered by a 2 horsepower (hp) engine attached to an unlimited fuel supply (use your imagination). It doesn’t matter how capable the machine is or the value of the fuel you are using, the engine […]
Happiness and enjoyment are easily confused because they mostly feel the same. Their major difference though seems to be the duration of the feeling and the ease by which the state may be entered. Happiness seems to be more long-lived while enjoyment seems to me short-lived. Happiness seems to be mostly independent of the circumstances […]
We all know that answers have worth. Questions do too, though. A big part of being a successful human, and scientist, is being able to assess the value of both.
Every “modern” teacher knows that teaching requires a non-zero amount of entertainment in order for attention to be held. Entertainment, on the other hand, requires no teaching for the viewer’s attention to be held, although it often results in a more moving experience for the consumer. For the consumer, it is definitely worth their time […]
There is a camper’s philosophy that “one should should leave the area cleaner than the state in which it was found”. That is a beautiful philosophy because it doesn’t matter who made the mess, as the fact remains that the mess must be cleaned up. Unless legal action is required, perhaps it is not even […]