The light that saves may be your own

People prefer positive messages – and all too often ignore what they label as negative at the risk of placing themselves and others in peril Read more »

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A Capital Idea

English is the only written language in which the first person pronoun “I” is capitalized. In several languages, including Russian, it is “You” that is capitalized, not “i”. The emphasis on who is most important is reflected in more than just who is capitalized in writing but also in our thinking and the culture of societies We live in. Since We is more than me, perhaps “We” should be capitalized. Nobody is ever really “independent” – and nobody can really “succeed” or even “survive” completely “alone”. Read more »


iTEAM for all

Nobody ever really “wins” alone – but that does not mean there isn’t an “I” in TEAM. Read more »

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Deeds, not words

Military mottos may matter – but deeds do more so than creeds.
What follows are some favorites from leading units around the world:

Faire Face [Rise Up]
Ubique [Everywhere]

Aharai [Follow me]
Nec Temere, Nec Timide [Neither Rashly Nor Timidly]
That others may live Read more »


Heroes Wanted

Many countries have an annual Memorial Day – to remember all those who died in (military) service to their nation. In the United States, the last Monday of May is a Federal holiday to honor those who died while serving in the United States Armed Forces. Read more »

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