Category Archives: Rambling Observations

Imagination v. Knowledge

April 9, 2021

“Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world.” Sounds like something Picasso or Pollock might have said, doesn’t it? It may surprise you (but probably not, since you see the photo above) that this comes from one of the world’s greatest minds. Albert Einstein spoke these words in an interview […]

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Do You Remember?

February 11, 2021

Memories have always fascinated me. If two people take part in the same event and then describe it, they will emphasize different aspects, based on their perspective. Over time, our tendency to edit out the bad and highlight the good (or vice versa) comes into play. After the passage of many years, if you ask […]

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Hope for the New Year? How about Peace?

January 8, 2021

In lieu of making resolutions each new year, many of my friends choose a single word to be their focus for the year. For me, I set goals to aim for instead of resolutions. Besides, I’m better at choosing a word in hindsight to describe the year that was. But I do appreciate reading the […]

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