“In great deeds something abides. On great fields something stays. Forms change and pass; bodies disappear, but spirits linger, to consecrate ground for the vision-place of souls.” – Gen. Joshua L. Chamberlain (October 3rd, 1889 Gettysburg. 20th Maine dedication)
Well the snow is melting and I am working a on a good size project and all is okay in my World at the moment. It’s at these moments I think of some of the great philosophers of our times and can’t help but want to share their words with you. “An intelligent man is… Continue reading Sometimes you Feel Like a Nut!
Saw this quote tonight, it seems to have really struck something in me. So much sadness and hate and violence, including the Cleveland woman who killed her small child by “scalding her baby to death”. I suppose I would be remiss if I didn’t say I was feeling in quite the melancholy mood. “The only… Continue reading Edmund Burke
“There are too many people who can too easily identify with defeat.” –Woody Hayes, former coach the Ohio State University . .
” I cannot help but speak my mind. I speak my mind because what is happening in my mind is much more interesting than what is happening in the real World.” Interesting —- I don’t know where this is from or who to attribute it to, but I will now use it for the reason(s) past,… Continue reading I Speak my Mind
This was just too good to pass up . . . 1st: “To be is to do” – John Paul Sartre 2nd: “To do is to be” – John Stewart Mill Finally: “Do be do be do” – Frank Sinatra Thanks Mr DeVore!
Now there’s a couple of names I never thought I’d see in a sentence. As I work furiously on a few projects I sometimes turn really inward and become a philosophical crazy man. It’s the reason all the great quotes are coming along. The 1st was sent in by a long time reader, and commenter… Continue reading Crichton and Earhart
Seems very appropiate for the industry I can only please one person per day. Today is not your day. Tomorrow is not looking good either. Who takes credit for this?
The Mind of the Strategist: ” . . . for the strategic mind to work creatively, it needs the stimulus of a good, insightful analysis. In order to conduct a good analysis, it takes a strategic and inquisitive mind to come up with the right questions and phrase them as solution-oriented issues. Decisions made for… Continue reading Kenichi Ohmae