Leadership homogenized

Statistically, business leaders read four- five books a month. There are 20,000 books in print on leadership. Most make a yeoman’s effort to define leadership. Often by contrasting that to management. Then, to add value to the droll reading, conflate the core of...

Antisemitism

Hatred of Jews, virulent antisemitism, is not a political, economic, social or anthropological belief grounded in facts. It is an entirely destructive ideology. The most enduring and irrepressible social pathology of all time. Antisemitism is endemic in many...

On Racism

Liberating the oppressed, and empowering them to equal opportunity driven prospects in life empower countries’ citizenry and societies to aggregate in progress. The quest for life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness has and will always inspire people to strive for...

My life changing failure?

I hope you give this short piece a couple minutes and read through all of it. My very personal reasons for writing it are below… I am given to random acts of kindness. Yes, I know. Often enough, those are misguided or short lived, good intentions...

POWER OF WORDS ANTHOLOGY 4 of 4: Black Lives Matter

Thank you for the comments you all posted and the many emails on this essay.  I am reposting this as an anthology: broken up in four unique pieces. Black Lives Matter But for hard core misanthropes, of course Black lives matter. All lives matter. No need to wonder how...

POWER OF WORDS ANTHOLOGY 2 of 4: Pro-Life

Thank you for the comments you all posted and the many emails on this essay.  I am reposting this as an anthology: broken up in four unique pieces. “Pro-life.” I hold A. S. Neill, who coined those words in 1960, a genius copy-writer. For their powerful simplicity and...

POWER OF WORDS ANTHOLOGY 1 of 4

Thank you for the comments you all posted and the many emails on this essay.  I am reposting this as an anthology: broken up in four unique pieces. Clichés … Clichés are cliché because they are soooo … damned cliché! “The pen is mightier than the...

Power of words

Clichés … Clichés are cliché because they are soooo … damned cliché! “The pen is mightier than the sword”. There is an absolute truth, first written by novelist and playwright Edward Bulwer-Lytton in 1839. Fantastic wisdom. And, now,...