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My latest posts
- Stopping Trump, Part 2: Motivate the Inclusive-Minded to Vote - While defusing Trump’s power through gradually converting a large portion of his 2016 supporters into our allies, how do we engineer true change that puts America back onto a progressive, inclusive track? A first vital step is driving more voter turnout–at all levels of government, since every elected body in America affects someone’s life in […]
- Stopping Trump, Part 1: Convert Adversaries Into Allies - What’s done is done. Donald Trump is President of the United States, and really creepy people such as Steve Bannon and Kellyanne Conway are in the center of his power sphere. Many of his Cabinet secretaries give us reason for pause and concern. Vice-President Pence is a theocrat and a homophobe. Good times! So what […]
- Is Anything Really Worth It? - It’s been hard to put thoughts together for any kind of prose for the last few months, aside from a little bit of journaling several times per week. I’ve felt disillusioned, sad, and angry at what I perceive as a lack of individual critical thinking, compassion, and common sense on the part of so many […]
- My American Dream: Critical Thinking, Emotional Intelligence, and Mindfulness - Critical Thinking is the disciplined art of ensuring that you use the best thinking you are capable of in any set of circumstances. Emotional Intelligence is the ability to recognize, understand and manage our own emotions, while recognizing, understanding, and influencing the emotions of others. Mindfulness is the awareness that arises through paying attention, on […]
- Embrace Complexity of Thought - The late Great Gatsby author F. Scott Fitzgerald is known for saying, “The test of a first-rate intelligence is the ability to hold two opposed ideas in mind at the same time and still retain the ability to function.” Fitzgerald is far from the only famous voice to speak to this observation. Those who’ve demonstrated […]