via Christian Hoegsberg
Avoid telling people what to be, but never stop asking into who they are...
Children see magic where we fail to, but that doesn't mean it's not there to be seen.
Has anyone ever tried to tell you something new which you believed to be the truth deep down, but which somehow hurt your pride or made you look bad in the eyes of others and yourself?
Have you ever had a boss with no people skills? How about a boss with no organizational abilities? Or a total disregard for anything except his or her own hunt for a promotion?
The US elections are coming up, the presidential debates are over and the world media is focusing its beady little eyes on two candidates whose political views are often hard to tell apart.
Lance Armstrong has been stripped of his record seven Tour de France wins for his involvement in perhaps the biggest doping program of the history of the sport.
Once in a while, a few seemingly ordinary people with ordinary lives take matters into their own hands and succeed in initiating small actions that turn out to have wide-ranging effects on their surroundings.