When I was in elementary school, there were 2 things I knew how to do well: state my opinion (even when I wasn’t asked) and do first aid for injured kids. Consequently, I ended up on the debate team, and I was also one of the first people who was called to the playground when … Continue reading The Power of Originality
One of my friends called me the other day to consult with me on an issue, and he has allowed me to share as much as I am about to: He was facing a problem that is very prevalent in this generation – too many choices. He was afraid of making one choice and then … Continue reading Crossroads and Decision-Paralysis
One morning, I opened the trash can to throw something away and 5 seconds later, it shot me in the nostrils: the AFTER-SMELL that tells you something is decaying. The trash bag was not even almost full, but I immediately took it out to the dumpster. I could have waited until some future moment to … Continue reading Take the Trash Out!