One day a DREAM gave me a darn good reason to want to change
For years I fondly held the memory of my childhood dreams.
Growing up, how I wished the world was different. But in my dreams, there existed a place where people lived peacefully and took care of each other, had a true democracy and used advanced technologies. Yes I loved Star Trek! My dreams had other planets in them and I traveled between the stars.
And I didn’t think those dreams were going to come true.
But I still wanted to change the world.
Continue reading How Full is Your Stadium?
Sometimes you can be heart-based in your interactions and let’s face it, not everyone is here to agree with you. Sometimes you cannot agree to terms that make the doing tractable for the other party.
People go their own ways and that’s okay.
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We all know that sometimes businesses, or bosses, or other people, or your family or friends are actually not negotiating in good faith, or perhaps they are setting you up for failure, or purposely putting employees in competition with each other, or any number of
situations. actually intractable Continue reading Actually an INTRACTABLE SITUATIONS or NOT? or, A SPIRITUAL WAY to do a SOCIAL CONTRACT or BUSINESS CONTRACT part 2 of 3
I’ve had a series of
intractable situations this week, with intractable people. The word keeps coming up.
It’s All in the Doing, or, rather, it’s in THE TERMS OF THE DOING
Intractable is of Latin origin, and it’s root
tractare in Latin and all derivative meanings relate primarily to the actions of doing. (1)(2)
There are secondary meanings for
also that relate to these actions going on. That is, the things that need to be considered tractare once an action is being done.
There are 5 ASPECTS or TERMS to making a situation TRACTABLE, and these are Continue reading Intractable Situations, and, A SPIRITUAL WAY to do a SOCIAL CONTRACT or BUSINESS CONTRACT, part 1 of 3