Category Archives: Leadership

The Pursuit of Truth?

By | November 26, 2022

[November 26, 2022]  John Stewart Mill, 19th century English philosopher, had an exciting view on truth.  He believed that truth is a process by which imperfect or flawed people challenge each other’s biases and incomplete reasoning.  In the process, they all become smarter and their ideas stronger and better focused.  I’ve tried to do this with my blog,… Read More »

Why Modern Movies Suck: an Update

By | November 23, 2022

[November 23, 2022]  The Critical Drinker, aka Scotsman Will Jordan, is someone I like to listen to for informative reviews of movies.  I wrote about him in March this year when he critiqued modern movies, saying those films teach people to be “arrogant, complacent, narcissistic, and selfish.”   Link here.  Nicely put, Will. Will believes the producers of movies… Read More »

Power of the Truth

By | November 22, 2022

[November 22, 2022]  The ancient sages of the past gave us some darn good advice, and that is, “find your own words.”  And, if those are truthful words, then there is nothing that can stop you.  The power of the truth rings throughout all cultures and at all times. Are you a sovereign individual?  Or not?  If you… Read More »

Danish War Movie: April 9th

By | November 21, 2022

[November 21, 2022]  On April 9th, 1940, the German military machine invaded Denmark.  I enjoy watching movies about war for many reasons but subtitled films of any kind are not on my watch list.  A Danish war movie, April 9th (2015), is a war film that depicts the invasion.  It follows a Danish bicycle Infantry unit sent as… Read More »