Archive for April, 2015


Wednesday, April 29th, 2015

Let us resolve to be innovative in finding solutions for our political, economic, spiritual, intellectual, emotional, financial, business, environmental, and healthy lifestyles; let us work together for the common good rather than fritter away our slender resources fighting against each other.


Monday, April 20th, 2015

What continues to amaze me is that there seems to be a lack of appreciation that economies can only grow one successful enterprise after another and that the macro-economic language should be reserved to report successes rather than to propose visions of grandeur and to rationalize failures. I would much prefer to see more resources being rapidly allocated to potential micro-economic opportunities and let the macro-economic issues stabilize themselves when significant growth takes place.