One can do without solutions. Only the questions matter. We may share them or turn away from them.
The most thought-provoking thing in our thought-provoking time is that we are still not thinking.
Experiences have clearly shown that an approach which 'de-medicalizes' birth, restores dignity and humanity to the process of childbirth, and returns control to the mother is also the safest approach.
If the victims are my problem, the killers are yours.
Life goes by fast. Enjoy it. Calm down. It's all funny.
A great library is one nobody notices because it is always there, and always has what people need.
Mistakes are a great educator when one is honest enough to admit them and willing to learn from them
...men and women are sacrificed to the idols of profit and consumption: it is the "culture of waste." If you break a computer it is a tragedy, but poverty, the needs, the dramas of so many people end up becoming the norm.
Jim Rohn is one of the most articulate, powerful, thought-provoking speakers I've seen. His unique delivery and style puts him head and shoulders above the rest.
Listening to the data is important... but so is experience and intuition. After all, what is intuition at its best but large amounts of data of all kinds filtered through a human brain rather than a math model?
Good satire hopefully provides thought-provoking conversation.
When enough women realize that birth is a time of great opportunity to get in touch with their true power, and when they are willing to assume responsibility for this, we will reclaim the power of birth and help move technology where it belongs-in the service of birthing women, not their master.
The world is one big data problem.
When I don't think biblically, I go nuts. I just go, 'This is crazy.'
I try to make things interesting and thought-provoking.
Being a writer in a library is rather like being a eunuch in a harem.
I learned that accepting others and accepting myself are two sides of the same coin; you can't love and accept yourself without doing the same for others.
Silence is better than unmeaning words.
Data is the new oil? No: Data is the new soil.
Any relationships that would reject you for being true to yourself are - by definition - abusive relationships. You'll be much better off when you let them go.
In reading the biographies of very successful men and women, one theme frequently surfaces: such people have a strong bias for action. Those who achieve high levels of success in some areas of life tend to take a LOT more action than those who settle for average or below average results.
Spend time cultivating your deepest desires, no matter how impractical or impossible they seem. It's perfectly OK to want the impossible. It's not OK to pretend that your desires don't matter.
"Stop asking "What should I do now?" That question only brings up what others expect of you. Free people don't have shoulds. They have choices."
Regardless of others' reactions, do your best to stay true to yourself. Make the choices that allow you to look in the mirror and feel good about the person gazing back at you.
Risk the stuff. It's worthless anyway. But don't make the insane choice of sacrificing your happiness for stuff.
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