Here’s a hack I use to ensure my happiness (most of the time). When you’re in the traffic have you ever slowed down and given someone a gap so that they can cut in front of you? And, after this courtesy, have you expected a gesture of appreciation … a raised hand or a quick flick of the hazard lights? Have you been surprised (and angry) that the driver takes the gap without even so much as a […]
The topics suggested will help students to see how the issue of intent plays out in the discipline they are studying.
We pursue wealth because people think wealth, our goods will somehow protect us and we end up discovering that the goods don’t protect us. You have to protect the goods.
What this suggests is that as we mature there is a change in the proportion of the mix of our intent from more self focused in the beginning to more other focused in the end.