Are we about fellowship, leadership or followership?
To assume there is a clear or correct answer to questions like this is only sensible if we think of the present (and the future) as looking like the past, like our past.
How we get ideas, information, services and products has more than gone digital – these elements in our lives and businesses, however traditional or diverse they might be, don’t look the same and don’t work the same way they used to. Or do they?
I’m not sowing confusion, just trying to stitch some ideas together …
Should a book have a binding, be in chapters or have a table of contents? Should it have staged elements of informing and enticing, should it lead readers though a suspension of disbelief that helps or hinders an experience, helps or hinders learning, helps or hinders understanding?
I love fiction – because even when it gets twisted, it seems so much easier to understand than reality.
Hi Mark, The weather won't return to normal, but it will not get as bad! The climate has shifted in the past quite regularly b/c of three factors: changing shape of the earth's orbit (eccentricity), the axial tilt of the earth, the wobble of the rotation (precession). Together these created pretty regular cycles (called Milankovitch cycles). Don't know if you knew this, can't tell from your email. Cheers AD, Toronto, ON
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