Tag Archives: trust

The Last Why

“If you keep doing what you’ve always done, you’ll keep not getting what you’ve always not gotten, but always desperately wanted.” – Anonymous, updated. After the last post, The Myth of Meritocracy?, I still had a feeling that something remained, … Continue reading

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Spilled M&Ms© 6 – Character: “Trust, but Verify”

I’ve been working on this post for a long time, but, unfortunately, it still fits better into a ‘longform’ post rather than being split into smaller pieces.  Please read on, but with patience. Our human nature of Selective as well … Continue reading

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Spilled M&Ms© 4 – The Consequences of Character [FP]

It probably has become apparent from the last few posts that one view of our Journey of Life could separate it into three distinct eras: -Era 1, childhood, when we threw our M&Ms; -Era 2, youth, when we would occasionally … Continue reading

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Integrity 1 – It’s Personal [FP]

“Integrity – the courage to meet the demands of reality” – Dr. Henry Cloud. It was that stick that always threw me.  It was straight when I held it in the air and looked at it, but it always bent … Continue reading

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