Monthly Archives: August 2011

The Phenomenology of Desire


Sometimes, when you wait long enough in the right place, desire and observation intersect in a kind of dance… …a choreographed ready-made, a crowd scene with one lead dancer. Advertisements

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QUOTE OF THE DAY: Keynes on Bankers


QUOTE OF THE DAY: Keynes on Bankers In the financial industry, the imperative to minimize career risk produces herd behavior. As John Maynard Keynes… put it, “A sound banker, alas! is not one who foresees danger and avoids it, but one who, … Continue reading

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Head Shot


“An Ivory Thought in a Green Place” – Echo by Jaume Plensa

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A Feeling That Begins With “G”


A Feeling That Begins With G Sometimes, it jumps you like a lioness that crouches in the dumb-struck grass.  Sometimes, far-off, you’ll see it charging like a rogue bull elephant that leaves a random mess of death behind.  Like dogged … Continue reading

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