If the sun rises on the eastern horizon every morning, are we right to expect it to do so tomorrow?
IQ tests are very intimidating and at the same time compulsive. We want it and don’t want it at the same time. What if the test decides I don’t have as high a score as I thought I should have? Will I only show someone else if it’s high enough, (or potentially lie)? What does it actually mean anyway?
I recently saw the new iPhone commercial on TV. You hardly see the phone, but what you see is the exquisite packaging. Why would they do that?
I’ve often wondered why it is in the evolution of mankind that, even when we arrive at a great solution to a problem or need, that we don’t just say that’s it, and settle for that? No, we fiddle, we change, we innovate. Nothing is ever static, like evolution itself, except that we innovate just a little quicker.
“The view we adopt of ourselves profoundly affects the way we lead our life. If you can determine whether you become the person you want to be and whether you accomplish the things you value”.
Wednesday this week was Holocaust remembrance day, which prompted me to revisit Victor Frankl’s book “Man’s search for meaning”. The book is filled with hope and optimism that was borne out of one of humanities lowest and darkest moments.