Monthly Archives: February 2015

The Dragon called “Me”…

I have written this series using the allegory of a sailor sailing rough seas, and encountering Dragons, as depicted on those old nautical maps where the untraveled cartographer needed an excuse for his cluelessness; and I have offered thoughts about … Continue reading

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The Dragon called Vindication and the Helmet of Humility

As colours go, black and white are very simple. Put next to each other, there is no confusing anything. This one, white. That one, black. And here is the line between them. Very nice, very organised. Very good. People aren’t … Continue reading

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The Dragon called Desperation and the Dagger of Discernment

It was hard to find an apt name for the Dragon this time, but not hard to recognize the feelings it evokes when it stirs. Conflict in the workplace – conflict anywhere, in fact – evokes an age old response. … Continue reading

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