Monthly Archives: August 2014

I recently heard a TED talk on happiness. Four people spoke about keys to this emotion. The first was Dan Gilbert who had conducted scientific surveys and had come up with an interesting notion. He found in his surveys that … Continue reading

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Disability and tyranny

Recently I had an encounter with a young man who had worked in an agency that served blind people. I’d had only pleasant telephone contact with him over a number of years, but now in person, he talked about how … Continue reading

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