Life is made of ups and downs and these don’t come announced or have any particularly recognizable patterns. Life is full of surprises, some better than others. would be wise to get more acquainted with the sources of our unhappiness in order to navigate our way towards happiness.
Resolutions are about self-betterment, about shedding old baggage and all that stuff that apparently prevents us from being our best, and from achieving our full potential.
The structures that exist in our languages profoundly shape how we construct our reality. Language shapes how we understand, space, time, and causality.
Some would argue that we are not ready for this leap. These developments would greatly increase both the efficiency and power of select individuals and organizations to monitor, regulate and respond. Just as we use tools to shape our world, the tools we use shape us.
Given the recent outcries from the LGBTQ+ community over Dave Chapelle’s recent material I’ve given much thought to WHY COMEDY SHOULD NOT BE CENSORED.
Without shock, subversion, and a little bit of transgression comedy cannot fulfill its important social function. Laughter is revelatory and can awaken our awareness of injustices, as well as open our eyes to what is wrong in our world and needs fixing. Laughing unites people.
Growing up in the 1960s, young girls had practically no female role models that gave them permission to explore their wilder female nature and individual gifts and potentials, without constraints.
More and more companies are warming up to the idea of cryptocurrency, and institutions are climbing on board in a significant way for the first time, while the tourism industry is ahead of the game, boasting some impressive partnerships with some of the world’s biggest online travel brands, all of whom are embracing crypto. Will cryptocurrency transform the way we do business? Some say it already has and it could eventually make banks obsolete. One thing is certain, cryptocurrency has transformed the money and finance landscape.
Corporate surveillance, data mining, and profiling, GPS tracking, and wireless tracking have enhanced surveillance to new dizzying heights, never known before. Facial Recognition technology promises benefits at a cost. How much privacy are you willing to compromise?
If you have an adaptive mindset and enjoy fostering innovative solutions to global environmental issues, training is available to become an Adaptation Technologist.