We don’t have a backup if we make a mistake, if we break it or bomb it or leave it to ruin. One planet, with one island, in one ocean. There’s one race, the human race, and as fellow passengers on this spaceship Earth, we have a shared destiny. What’s that destiny going to be? As far as I’m concerned that’s the one conversation that we need to be having internationally, because without agreement to this, there’s no possibility for a real dialog.
Every semester, the students change but the questions I hear remain the same. Where am I coming from with these agreements? Why do I think it so important to the well being of these students that I’m willing to spend precious time on it, time that I could just as well put into teaching other things that might be valuable for my students? What justifies the use of so much class time for these agreements?
Bestselling author, speaker and coach Dr. Rick Kirschner reviews the new iPad from Apple Inc. The iPad is getting a lot of buzz. And for good reason. A lot of devices are about to become roadkill as a result of Apple’s latest creation.
I wish you and yours a very Happy New Year. They’re calling the years from 2000-2009 the lost decade. I think of it as the ‘loss’ decade. But I’m rebooting for a better decade, and I invite you to do the same. I’ll be blogging about that shortly. Meanwhile… Thanks to my friend Jaime,…