Tuesday, February 12, 2013
From Box to Box
In school, topics are given to us in neat little boxes. That practice lingers long after graduation despite the fact that life throws topics at us in mixtures.
Our task is to sort and weigh their contents in appropriate combinations so sense can be gleaned from the confusion. One issue's solution may require ingredients from the Economics, Psychology, Philosophy, History, Sociology, Politics, and Business boxes. Another may demand other combinations.
Beware of anyone whose decisions reflect the contents of only one box.
Posted by Michael Wade at 3:30 AM