Creative tension LO24336

From: Gavin Ritz (
Date: 04/11/00

Replying to LO24328 --

Dear Andrew

And what are you prepared to do about that? (your question)

The solution is very simple.

Would I try measure all the grains of sand on a beach. (actually not such
a good example)

All we have to know is what motivates a person, or do they value what they

Do they have the gray stuff to make sense of the information they are
receiving (anticipate future events). Sometimes we can get away with this
but not too long though. Most companies these days do not live longer than

Sometimes I think it one great cosmic joke-we conjure the most elaborate
things to make sense of our existence. But as I have said before ask the
question why is there industrial effort-to meet the needs of mankind of
course-for what ends-so he can feel satisfied, gratified, enjoyment,
challenged-and why would man want this-to meet his needs of course.

An interesting picture!!!!!!!

We can make meaning of toothbrush (in the meaning sense of the word not
the literal sense) and many people did in concentration camps. see the
string on Frankels logotherapy. People died because someone stole their
toothbrushs. We can do anything and survive any thing if we believe hard
enough. I am not going to go here this issue of faith and belief. The old
adage, a man convinced against his will is of the same opinion still.

Good luck with your search.

[Gavin wrote...]
> > I now know that there is no such thing as personality, how do we measure
> > the so called 2500 personality traits. We can't!!!!!
> >
> > I have not found one scrap of evidence from all this to suggest that we
> > are becoming this is that.

Supposed to read: becoming this OR that (not IS)



Gavin Ritz <>

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