Decades ago the famous “gondola kitten” experiment demonstrated that one must actively explore if one is to learn. One littermate in the set-up was free to explore its environment while another hung passively suspended in a contraption that moved in parallel with the exploring kitten. The gondola passenger saw everything the exploring kitten did but could not initiate any action. The mobile kitten discovered the world for itself while the passive kitten was presented a fait accompli-world in the same way that screen images are passively delivered to us. The passive kitten learned nothing
Fit principal Hannah du Plessis gave this presentation at four different venues during her recent visit to South Africa, with rave reviews. It uses the story of her personal shift from a career in interior architecture to the work of team, organizational, and community transformation to tell the larger story of a frontier for design
Most people have made up their minds and are not interested in Objective truth and you will just aggravate them by presenting a point of view they don't agree with. A couple of interesting saying I have heard and use:
"I have made up my mind, don't confuse me with facts" "Don't try to teach a pig to sing: You waste your time and irritate the pig."
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THREE YEARS, THREE MONTHS, THREE DAYS is a French documentary about embracing an extreme way of life. A man in his forties goes on a spiritual journey for four years to perform the "Great Retreat" of Tibetan Buddhism.
A man is caught at a crucial time of his existence as his choice would challenge the whole of his life: either to continue the fulfilled stream of his forties or to decide for the extreme pathway of an ascetic experience, locked away in a 9 square meter cell and cut off from the world during three years, three months and three days. This story is about embracing an extreme way of life.
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