Allegory Of The Long Spoons

Allegory Of The Long Spoons

The following is a brief allegory, told from a Jewish perspective. Initially I heard it as a Buddhist lesson. I’m sure there are variations of the tale across many religions, it’s message so universal. Rabbi Haim of Romshishok was an itinerant preacher. He...
ABA Press Release on The Marble and The Sculptor

ABA Press Release on The Marble and The Sculptor

I get press releases all the time. It comes with having a blog. I ignore most of them. But late yesterday I received a press release about myself, which was an odd experience. I hadn’t been in the loop for the press release, otherwise I’d have taken issue...
Keiko: To Meditate Upon The Old

Keiko: To Meditate Upon The Old

A couple weeks ago, I made a post entitled Goal Are For Losers, commenting on Scott Adams’ essay in the Wall Street Journal, Scott Adams’ Secret of Success: Failure, in which Adams posits: To put it bluntly, goals are for losers. That’s literally true most...