We all get older. That’s inevitable. The majority of us will also become wiser with experience. More responsible, too. We may also think about the future. What will it be like? What kind of legacy will we leave? All these are good things. But you don’t have to “grow up.” You never have to lose… Continue reading Don’t Grow Up!
Knowing yourself is a learning process. That process is continual, with new things being learned all the time. After all, none of us is exactly the same today as we were yesterday. And tomorrow, that’ll still be true. 😎 Like any learning, it requires you to ask questions. Sometimes those questions can be difficult and… Continue reading Knowing Yourself
We all seek happiness. A future that improves on the present. But happiness is not some ethereal, mystical and perfect place at which to arrive. Happiness is a state of being. Dr. Jordan Peterson says “Perhaps happiness is always to be found in the journey uphill, not in the fleeting sense of satisfaction awaiting at… Continue reading True Happiness
Bias is a problem in nearly every research study. Some studies suffer from bias of intent, a hidden intent to prove a specific outcome or result. These are counterproductive, and set research in the associated field back, rather than moving it ahead. There are numerous other forms of bias that can harm research. Design bias… Continue reading Your Biases and the Truth
I think. A lot. All the time, in fact. There are times I’d like to shut my brain down for a while, but that’s not why God put me here. I’m here to think, ask questions, think some more. And to speak my mind on what matters to me. So are you. But you’re not… Continue reading Think…