Our choices come first in our thoughts. If we have nothing, no resources, no possessions, nothing at all. We have our thoughts. We can still think. Even an infant, in their limited world, knows what being wronged is. So we all have the knowledge not to wrong others, and to do the right thing at the right time. If we have everything, our freedom, even the full benefit of great wealth, then our actions still begin with those thoughts.
Every person capable of thought, can do exactly what Lou Holtz suggests. Think and do the right things. Serve others. Outcomes will never be equal, even when people start from the same place. And we can always find some external reason why someone did not fly to the top. But our value as people and our desire to do well, can be equal, and can serve others well. Even from meager circumstances. – JK Shearon
The passionate pursuit of perfection, even knowing it is fundamentally impossible to achieve,
brings out the very best in every human being. – The Shingo Model
“Designing is not a profession but an attitude. Design has many connotations. It is the organization of materials and processes in the most productive way, in a harmonious balance of all elements necessary for a certain function. It is the integration of technological, social, and economical requirements, biological necessities, and the psychological effects of materials, shape, color, volume and space.
Thinking in relationships.” – László Moholy-Nagy