A master class on why business people can't create humanity or have the patience for change - proper change.
I quote John Lewis book 'Across That Bridge' and Martin Luther King Jr. - "I guess one of the great agonies of life is that we are constantly trying to finish that which is unfinishable." from his "Unfulfilled Dreams Speech"
Migration is going to continue - especially with Climate Change. When are we going to stop using education to judge people? And cashing in on foreign students. What did the homeless project in Vancouver show us?
Why are women juggling it all? What started when my mother's generation returned to work?
The two names I can't pronounce properly Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Guy Kawasaki. Article shared on Guy Kawasaki's Twitter.
Why are people struggling so much? Why are we now using schools to create society instead of education?
What message is the young not getting to protect the older generation? Reasons the older generation are struggling. Why is there is a sense for everyone left out in society that it's survival of the fittest to be out here?
The dance show I mention is Kontakthof by Pina Bausch which you will find clips of on YouTube.
Quote New York Times, October 2014 "she brings us closer to humanity. Even in her absence, she makes us see ourselves for what we are."
Why are the middle ground of people happy to wait for herd immunity in a pandemic?
What do secureness, unconditional love and awareness and acceptance of difference have in common?
Books mentioned: John Lewis Across That Bridge and June Jordan Some Of US Did Not Die
Music: Icelandic Band Amiina - song What Are We Waiting For?
The survival guide and a suggestion for a relief pack to be sent to these students trapped in college/university dorms, can we have Joe Wicks online for college dorm students, please?
I mention an amazing open App called Insight Timer
How these debates are acting as a very useful master class is finding truth and lies in a modern world. All the information that we have to digest daily.
Quote used "If you want to know what a man’s like, take a good look at how he treats his inferiors, not his equals."
—Sirius Black, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire by J.K. Rowling
Why Introverts and Extroverts are different on social media. Why Extroverts need to share their pain. Stop judging them.
What are the assumptions of Black masculinity based in? Why is it so easy to judge? How are we goign to change these assumptions? If we change them for America we change them for the world.
I mention Toni Morrison's Beloved and Barracoon by Zora Neal Hurston.