We’ve all witnessed a spectacle of a screaming child at a grocery store clamoring for food or candy that he doesn’t really need or wants—triggering an argument with the parent that seems almost staged because it’s so familiar. To appear in control, the parent, on...Read More
If we trust only when trust is warranted, love only when love is returned, and learn only when learning is valuable, then we abandon an essential feature of our humanity. James G. March, Professor Emeritus, Stanford UniversityRead More
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