[OT] Mediocre Britain
richmondmathewson at gmail.com
Wed Aug 31 06:35:44 EDT 2011
On 08/31/2011 12:32 PM, Keith Clarke wrote:
> For any techniques to succeed requires a willingness is that, participant have to closed minds (and the frequently associated clenched fists) can hold nothing value - just a tight grip on empty dogma that provides the ego with the illusion of certainty.
All these marvellous tools presuppose the above. And to have the above
means starting with children when they are 4-5-6 and NOT cramping their
precious minds with the Gradgrind school of FACTS, but letting them
flower in an environment conducive to their arriving at conclusions by
> On 30 Aug 2011, at 21:47, Bob Sneidar<bobs at twft.com> wrote:
>> Looks like a toolbox full of tools that specialize in opening locked boxes, one of the tools being the key that unlocks that particular box. That key, in this analogy, is the willingness of all those involved to change their minds if they have to, in order to get to the bottom of things. Bar that, and none of the other tools will work very well. Given that, any number of other tools might help.
>> A great man once said, "Virtually all of mankind's ills can be traced back to the human trait of being unwilling or unable to say, "I might be mistaken." Wait, I said that!!
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