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On Life and Death

We can love or hate someone, even after they die. Or sometimes, their love or hate continues in their disciples. Compare Jesus to Hitler. Jesus’s love continues. And Hitler’s hatred continues, too.

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Why is the Rate of Change Accelerating and What Does it Mean to Us?

Russia’s Dilemma

When I lecture in Russia, my PowerPoints and I are translated into Russian, so I have learned that the words for “power” and “government” are the same: vlast. In other words, government and power are one and the same, presuming that the only power is with the government, and the people have no power. Ponder the political meaning of that.

Prof. Ichak Kalderon Adizes interview with Antonio Alizzi

For more than forty years, Dr. Ichak Kalderon Adizes has developed, tested and documented the proprietary methodology that bears his name. The Adizes Methodology for Organizational Transformation provides tools for corporations, governments, and not-for-profit organizations to achieve exceptional results and manage accelerated change without destructive conflict.

All we need is Love - Let's connect with the heart an interview with Prof. Ichak Adizes

For more than forty years, Dr. Ichak Kalderon Adizes has developed, tested and documented the proprietary methodology that bears his name. The Adizes Methodology for Organizational Transformation provides tools for corporations, governments, and not-for-profit organizations to achieve exceptional results and manage accelerated change without destructive conflict.

Why We Hurt the Ones We Love

It is a known phenomenon that the people we give the hardest time to are the people who are closest to us, whom we love. Those we don’t love, we ignore. We might criticize them, but we don’t bother to approach and reprimand them. The ones we reprimand the most and criticize the most—and thus give the most pain to—are the ones we love the most.

The speech Yair Lapid, Alternate Prime Minister of Israel, gave at the government's swearing-in ceremony.  Worth reading

Mr. President, Mr. Speaker, Knesset, Prime Minister Designate, outgoing Prime Minister, President of the Supreme Court, honored guests.In the Book of Judges, the phrase “the land was peaceful for 40 years” appears three times. I don’t know what will happen in 40 years, but let us all hope that in the future, we will be able to say of the government we are forming today: “the land was peaceful for four years.” Because that is what we need. Israel is hurting. It is time for peace in this land.