Go to Your Fears

Face Your Fears “Go to your fears, sit with them, stare at them. Your fears are your friend, their only job is to show you undeveloped parts of yourself that you need to cultivate to live a happy life. The more you do the things you’re most afraid of doing […]

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You always learn a lot more when you lose than when you win.

Winning, Losing, Learning.

Winning, Losing, Learning. “You always learn a lot more when you lose than when you win.”   This probably isn’t an African proverb (as if “African” is an appropriate catch-all word for dozens of different cultures). This is age old wisdom understood by many cultures, perhaps every one. I like […]

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Blackstone's Ratio

Blackstone’s Ratio

    Blackstone’s Ratio “Better that ten guilty persons escape than that one innocent suffer.” – William Blackstone Blackstone was an 18th century British lawyer, judge, and member of parliament. He was conservative both politically and morally, seeing morals and the law as set down by god. “No human laws,” […]

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Dr. Brian May on Society

Dr. Brian May on Society

Dr. Brian May on Society “I’m outraged that the country is so riddled with privilege, corruption, and inequality. To me, this is not being a decent society. This is not a big society. This is a selfish society ruled by people who have enough power to keep them in power. […]

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