Monthly Archives: April 2014

Thoughts on the ‘learning threats’ – a hidden tension in learning and education

In a recent conversation I mentioned something that was interesting.  I spoke of what I called the ‘learning threats’.  These are the various types of ‘threats’, given in public schools, Colleges, and Universities, that basically force people to have to learn … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the ‘two interpretations’ – aspects of the interpretation of the world

Here’s a thought I had: I often think of how I tend to feel that there are two interpretations of just about everything . . . not just one, as is often viewed.  Over the years this has given a unique … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the difference between ‘male work’ and ‘female work’

Recently, in a conversation, I mentioned ‘male work’ and ‘female work’.  This got me to thinking.  I have mentioned before that the male and female are different people with different traits (I spoke of similar things in an article I wrote called “Thoughts … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the progression of religion: awe and alienation

Here’s a thought I had: I have always found it comical when people said religion was originally monotheistic and that all the ‘multiple gods’ of older societies is a result of some sort of a fall or inability to understand true religion.  … Continue reading

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