Waiting for others to begin is paralyzing; it is only by trying to do something that our potentialities are developed.

In the attempt we ourselves become real.

Paul Roubiczek

It is impossible to force faith upon another, we cannot even force it upon ourselves however passionately we may long for it;  but we can take the risk of the leap, we are not, however our situation, completely powerless….

Despite the wild improbability that, viewed on the cosmic scale, each infinitesimally small individual matters, man can experience an absoluteness which relates him to the absoluteness of God.

Paul Roubiczek


A simple enough question, isn’t it? But is it really?

We have such confidence over our own decisions but do we actually make them?

I have studied much of classical economics and the rational man assumption has aided me quite a bit in that but this guy Dan Ariely did I fine job in trashing most of that view.

I hope you enjoy and let the disturbing lesson of this talk fester, reality is a painful pill to swallow.

manners and tradition are all very well but once you start to control us they’ve outlived their usefulness.

Downton Abbey