Tag Archive | Creative Thinking

A Tale Of Two Worlds

There are these two distinctly different ideologies at odds in the Americas today. One places all people at the center by providing affordable housing, affordable education, health care for all, a diverse economy which includes government-sponsored programs to give opportunities to artists and other people who are left out of “free market” economies, holds actual […]

Actions And Words

People love slogans. Some are clever, some disingenuous. The disingenuous slogans are given plenty of “air time” by corporate media. They are usually manufactured (as opposed to “created”) by parasitic people to help push an agenda which opposes cooperation and enhances subtle (and not-so-subtle) forms of  violence.  However, this essay is about the slogans that […]

Nonconformist? Free Thinker? You Are Now Officially Insane!

We’ve known for quite some time that we live in an extremely dysfunctional, conformity-obsessed society. Creative people have long been ostracized by a majority of the population in a subtle act of punishing those who are gifted with the ability to see the world from a unique perspective. Free thinkers are called  flakes, weirdos, wackos, […]

PRISONER BEHIND THE SCREEN

I saw a clever (wildly popular) post on Twitter recently that made fun of the idea that technology is creating a more antisocial society. It showed an old photo of people on a commuter train in which almost everyone is reading a newspaper.  Clever, yes, but slightly disingenuous. It may be true that today’s incessant […]