The World of Work and the Meaning of Life (by Alexander Brunner)
The meaning of life also encompasses the world of work but is not absorbed in it. Meaning in life is where you ask the big questions.
Let's Demonize CO2 (by Christian Walter)
There is simply no alternative to decarbonizing the economy. It may be hard, but we should not stop trying to accomplish it.
Employees Are Not Serfs (by Scott Owens Rohrbach)
An employer-employee relationship needs to be a partnership where mutual trust is built over time.
How to Find Your Way to the Other Side (by Kathryn Eriksen)
You will discover what you knew all along
Cool Final Words (by Erek Dorman)
You can die, croak, expire, buy the farm, get your ticket punched, take the dirt nap, push up daisies, pass away, bite the big one, bite the dust, or kick the bucket.
Peripatetics (by Panagiotis Perysinakis)
Walking became more than an excuse for physical exercise. It became an effortless and very natural exercise in meditation. And it proved a soothing ritual in helping me prepare to face, and then face and process the exodus of my father from this life.
Boring is Good (by Hualong Yang)
Boringness means something repetitive, stable, and subject to a cycle. Humans tend to chase change and downplay the unchanging.
How to Learn by Listening (by Amy Tibbetts Dutton)
To learn anything, we must listen to others – really listen and hear them. And then believe them.
The Student Becomes the Teacher (by Richard Freedberg)
I have learned more from my students than they have ever learned from me.