Many of you have probably heard of ‘cogito, ergo sum’ (‘I think, therefore, I am’). But does consciousness stem from our brain? What about the role of our body? Of our feelings, and emotions? Is consciousness ours anyway?
Allow me to shortly take you through my reasoning of how I concluded giving to be all we have. It is not about giving money to a good cause, as people usually ask me. It basically constitutes the very essence of life.
Some feel we live in an awful period. A period of uncertainty and imbalance. Some are anxiously waiting for the storm to pass by. But we've reached a point of no return. And I must say; I am very excited to live in this era. Not without fear, yet whole-heartedly embracing the unknown, our vulnerability and sheer endless possibility.
The purpose of management development lies within its potential to attract, retain and develop people in alignment with organisational goals. But be aware! The 21st Century poses some daunting challenges...
Scientists at CERN are racking their brains about what they have actually discovered. About what the possible implications these billionths of a second could be, if their findings appear to be true. Meanwhile, people around the world already let their imagination go wild. Will we be able to travel into the future? Or even better, to the past?
One could argue that over the past centuries we have been cultivating a society that builds on some very 'masculine' traits. Trend watchers are prophesizing that our 21st century’s society will be dominated by ‘feminine’ characteristics. ‘Who will win?’, I hear you ask.
Thanks to all of you for becoming part of 'Giving is All we Have'; a movement that is changing the world as we speak. Allow me to elaborate a bit more on the intent of 'Giving is All we Have'. On what you can expect the next coming months. Just to clear things up a bit.