Not everything in life is “either/or.” In fact, either/or; black and white; right and wrong belongs, if anywhere, in the realm of morality and ethics where I personally believe there are absolutes. Do you agree? Or disagree?
There are NO absolutes in the real world. The IDEA of a circle is absolutely round, but no circle in the real world ever is. I see this black and white business permeating all aspects of our day to day and it's, in my opinion, small-minded and usually unhelpful. That's not to say that one mustn't at some point take ...
I agree there are absolutes -- there have to be -- the question as I see it -- is does every question have an absolute answer? -- look at all the strife in the world and its clear -- there is always someone ready to kill for their absolute right answer and someone else ready to die for theirs ...
I guess, imagination will probably embrace even more than all there ever will be to know, and definitely more than to understand. I only can imagine, even Einstein went wrong sometimes...
By the way, does anybody know, when he said this? Or in which context?
for the Einstein fans out there -- this says it all...
“Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand.”
So what is the wisdom for this week?
Internet trumps all?
Mobile is the new super platform?
Print is dead?
TV is passé?
Mail…? Forget about it!!
Newspapers? Don’t make me laugh….
And on and on it goes.
The funny thing about research and statistics is that they can easily be manipulated to say whatever you need them to. In the right demographic, any book is a best-seller, any disease is the number one killer, any brand is the favorite, and any form of media is preferred.
I was in debate in high school - talk about opening ...
Ah yes, balance.... Balance requires awareness and awareness requires listening. All of the channels you list are immensely powerful when used relevantly, and how can we adudicate on relevance? Listening to our customers, they will tell us clearly.