Blog series “Life, Knowledge Cubed” – Part 22 Chapter Four – Kindergarten Refresher Last: Part 21 The First Lesson: Respect and Self-Control After my morning group the rest of the class time will be all about chaos this and chaos that. The children will get very charismatic about it, often to the point that a […]

Blog series “Life, Knowledge Cubed” – Part 21 Chapter Four – Kindergarten Refresher Last: Part 20 The First Lesson: Order and Chaos “Welcome students,” I tell the children, “this is your first day of school, and what you are going to learn while you’re here is all the basics. If you have the discipline and […]

Blog series “Life, Knowledge Cubed” – Part 20 Chapter Four – Kindergarten Refresher Last: Part 19 Foundation Every part of life has its primary, and once you’ve learned the primaries understanding the particulars is simpler. A math problem is impossible if you don’t know how to count, add, subtract, etc. You cannot think about running […]

Blog series “Life, Knowledge Cubed” – Part 19 Chapter 3 – Perception is Reality Last: Part 18 Regardless on the quality of our senses, or the quality of our “reality”, we are going to analyze the information. The thought analysis process of our mind is what I call the drawing board, or the white board. […]

Blog Series “Life, Knowledge Cubed” – Part 18 Chapter 3 – Perception is Reality Back: Part 17 As you’ve might have sensed earlier in this series I have very strong sentiments about the debased behavior of these Afghan soldiers when I was recollecting my memory of it. It’s obvious that it left a powerful emotional […]

Blog Series “Life, Knowledge Cubed” – Part 17 Chapter 3 – Perception is Reality Back: Part 16 Good perception is carefully thought out observations and results in smooth sailing. When we start getting into rough waters and can’t seem to figure out if the churning was done by some unseen force or the result of […]

Blog Series “Life, Knowledge Cubed” – Part 16 Chapter 3 – Perception is Reality Back: Part 15 Illusions and Deceptions lead you into creating wrong perceptions, because you have limited or false information to work with. As a result this may produce wrong focus, wrong attitudes, etc., which then lead to wrong actions, wrong behavior […]