As the year comes to a close, I like to reflect both forwards and backwards! So how will you release the 2013 year and welcome in the 2014?
This poem by Charles Osgood is about four people: Everybody, Somebody, Anybody, and Nobody. Which one do you know best? “There was a most important job that needed to be done, And no reason NOT to do it, there was absolutely none. But in vital matters such as this the thing you have […]
They come regularly, right after autumn. Some are long, some are short, some are difficult, some are easy, but they always come right after autumn. That is never going to change. There are all kinds of winters-the “winter” when we can’t figure it out, the “winter” when everything seems to go haywire. There are economic winters, […]
On one hand… The story goes that a 15th century Japanese shogun, Ashikaga Yoshimasa, sent a broken tea bowl to China to have it fixed. When the bowl came back, it was held together with metal staples. Disgusted, he set out to find a better, more aesthetically pleasing way to repair broken pottery. His […]