The Problem With Averages

“Scientific education is based in the main of statistical truths and abstract knowledge and therefore imparts an unrealistic, rational picture of the world, in which the individual, as a nearly marginal phenomenon, plays no role. The individual, however, as an irrational data, is the true and authentic carrier of reality.” – C.G. Jung The modern … More The Problem With Averages

Self Discipline

This is a re-post from several years ago:   When I was roughly 5 years old my mother asked me if I would like to take karate classes. My answer was flat out “No.” About 6 months later I saw the movie “The Karate Kid,” and suddenly I had a change of heart. I took … More Self Discipline

Mush!

I came across this video several years ago and was so impressed with the level of communication and control that is shown. I didn’t at the time know who the man in the video was: //www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/qFP28ANXLLA?rel=0 The footage is of Heini Winter, a world class sled dog racer from Germany, out exercising his 16 dogs. … More Mush!

Who’s To Blame?

When I was in college, I used to play a lot of billiards. It was never for money, always just for fun, and therefore we used to joke around a lot.  Every now and then when one of my friends was trying to sink a particularly difficult shot, I would stand behind the pocket that … More Who’s To Blame?