Monday, March 22, 2010

Passion and Reason

"Over my life, I have become deeply skeptical of efforts to force choices between apparent opposites – stability vs. change, freedom vs. discipline, stocks vs. flows, nature vs. nurture, risk vs. safety. Most of what makes life interesting are the tensions created by these contradictions. Seeking to resolve these contradictions by picking one or the other side only creates the appearance of simplicity, while blinding us to the richness that makes life so damn interesting"

PS. New Sidewiki add-on for Chrome is much improved. Continues to vanish on loss of focus, but doesn't lose the content. Thank you.

in reference to:

- Edge Perspectives with John Hagel: Passion and Reason (view on Google Sidewiki)

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