In the Present

Open to the new

"The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn."

How willing are you to learn something new? How open are you to new perspectives?

Only when we're open can we really hear what's being said or really see what's happening or really experience the moment.

Openness demands that we be willing to move to places we've never been before. It asks us to continually challenge the foundations of our belief systems so we can test out new ideas. And to do that, we need to accept insecurity.

Be open to seeing things: - from another's point of view, - from a higher and more inclusive perspective - with a beginner's attitude of wonder.

"The struggle of the mind to keep itself free from every sort of bondage -- to remain curious, open, unsatiated in all its relations with nature -- is tenfold more difficult than the cultivation of a stable, satisfying point of view, but a thousandfold more precious."

"Remain open. There is something bigger than you know going on here."


Elliot Spitzer to resign today and hand over duties to Lt. Gov. David Paterson (the first Black Lt. Governor and also legally blind. his story is so inspiring).

Obama is really rallying ahead of Clinton. God willing we’ll reign in Pennsylvania on April 22nd (next upcoming super Tuesday).

The 5 things we Gents need to stop racking our cranium with.

I, Robot finally make it to Blu-ray!

South Beach: The new Mondrian (half residency/half hotel) is the next big thing for the area.

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