second place sadness

No one strives for second best. Even those who know their abilities elude a podium finish never train with a second place wish. That is the most pitiful approach to training. The saddest spot on that podium is the second-place stage. Do not apply basic logic to this situation; second place should be great, much … Continue reading second place sadness


when being a good sport is wrong

Protests are public pleas protecting or creating common good. This common good varies among communities and individuals, which is why protests appear disturbing to some. Burning rigid representations onto things makes one ignorant of the multiplicity that all things convey. As people ignore the cries for help and demands for change, a malicious functional fixedness … Continue reading when being a good sport is wrong