Monthly Archives: October 2012

love is a dream of emptiness

love is a dream of emptiness “…Grand maître en l’art d’aimer, tu te trompe bien fort, En nommant le sommeil l’image de la mort…” –Jacques Vallée Des Barreaux all is not full here except emptiness such wisdom crushed from fermenting … Continue reading

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without you

without you (the master sings to margarita) “All of love we know of love is that love is all there is.” -Emily Dickenson you are so very far away darling but still i feel your fearful hart nibbling wilde hares … Continue reading

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A Bonfire of Vanities!

(Global Leadership: A Study in Cross-Cultural Conflict Resolution) CSUMB – EMBA, Bus 601: Week Three Summary “The Many Become One and are Increased by One.”-Whitehead1 This week we studied leadership concepts or information that has been aggregated about what effective … Continue reading

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A Critical Reflection on: Leadership & Enhancing Positive Change One the changes in management I have noticed in the last decade or so, is the emergence of the Corporate Suite of Chief Executive Officer, Chief Financial Officer and Chief Information … Continue reading

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Review of “Big and Little Dog’s Performance Juxtaposition”

Review of “Big & Little Dog’s Performance Juxtaposition” http://www.nwlink.com/~donclark/leader/leadcon.html As I reflect on the materials at this website dedicated to a discussion of leadership I find it to be extremely well articulated, balanced and almost comprehensive website when I test … Continue reading

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On the Importance of Not-Being Earnest

          The Motley Fool, or… On the Importance of not being Earnest “…as the fool thinks of himself as being wise… so the wise man knows himself to be a fool….” -dafree whitewolfe We met Earnest … Continue reading

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the gates of wisdom (for my beautiful muse, my kamila, my gully goodness) “…belle faut soffrir pour etre beau…” -dafree whitewolfe       –Auguste Rodin beyond confusing participation critical thinking seeks a pathless path resting on attraction and compulsion … Continue reading

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