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Stay Hungry. Stay Foolish.

A blog by Leon Oudejans


Drivers of Change: a 2022 update

Several of my blogs have mentioned the drivers of Change, which govern everything around us. Late April 2018, I published my initial blog Drivers of Change, which included a rather complex diagram. I suppose I was still arranging my thoughts. Today, I present a much simpler diagram. Perhaps, the single most important item in my diagram is the Blueprint of our...

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The road to self-love or philautia

Last Thursday morning, Dutch band Rondé was promoting their new single: I'm ready to love myself (see song below). The band's singer was talking about her transformation to self-love (in Greek: philautia). Before, she did not believe in the healing nature of loving yourself. How do you get there? It's important to realise that both love and self-love are output and...

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Anger knows no morality

Last week, while discussing corona protests, I made a sudden remark: Anger knows no morality, or in Dutch: "Woede kent geen moraliteit". I made a note of that remark as I sensed a blog topic. Subsequently, I wondered whether the Dark side has its own version of morality. I suppose these are called vices. Late 2012, I experienced my first-ever blind rage due to an...

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Obstinate humanity

Recently, someone made a casual remark to me: "obstinate humanity", or in Dutch: "hardleerse mensheid". That phrase continued to wander inside my mind. I've just noticed that it's also the title of a 1990 essay: Obstinate Humanity by Louise Glück (b.1943), an "American poet and essayist" (eg, Medium-2018). A video named ‘obstinate’ by someone who calls himself...

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2021 Conceptual Framework

There has been a draft diagram in my Notes for many months. It felt appropriate to wrap up this year by drafting a 2021 Framework of my various concepts. The diagram below includes nearly all concepts of myself and of others (ie, Faith-Hope-Love, Sumerian, Zoroastrianism). This is the result. My 2021 Conceptual Framework started with the 7 Belief systems (ie, 2015...

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We believe our doubts and we doubt our beliefs

While looking for articles on doubt in animals, I stumbled upon this "famous saying of 'we believe our doubts and we doubt our beliefs' in the corporate world" (source). It was new to me. Some argue the opposite: "Doubt Your Doubts and Believe Your Beliefs" (source-1, source-2). I doubt (sic!) that both are valid. I believe in this quote by Richard P. Feynman...

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