Monthly Archives: June 2011

Opening a Can of Worms: Money, Your Job, and What Matters More

Society tells us that “fulfillment” is a job that makes a lot of money. Indirectly, that means money is expected to buy happiness. Our culture puts value on competition, “climbing the corporate ladder”, just to make it to the top … Continue reading

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Creativity and Children

‘Children are remarkable for their intelligence and ardour, for their curiosity, their intolerance of shames, the clarity and ruthlessness of their vision.’ – Aldous Huxley ‘There is frequently more to be learned from the unexpected questions of a child than the discourses of … Continue reading

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Kiki: Growing Without School

If ever there was a movie that I’d want to give someone as a imaginative example of what a young person could be doing instead of going to school, it would be “Kiki’s Delivery Service”. Kiki is a bright, sweet, … Continue reading

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