So, last week, we ended on the note that: there is a quiet, invisible debate about the elasticity or inelasticity of time. That there is a stretchiness about the phenomenon of time in Uganda – we remind you all again,… Read More ›
society and culture
So we are back to complete the dialogue on timekeeping and if, it’s an education matter. Last week ended on the note below: “So, are you surprised that the people, especially from the above school generation can’t keep time, without… Read More ›
For the next two blogs, the Effectiveness lab is discussing the concept of time, its management and education. Is time-management taught formally in schools? Should it be or not? Is the approach to teaching time-management, right? Not long ago, we… Read More ›
They come and go – and it’s only right that we let go when called upon to do so. After all, even if we didn’t want to let go, we ain’t God!
This week’s blog concludes our Individuality monologues: the tendency to match human beings to global-average metrics (at times entirely meaningless for the individual) has been challenged. You just want to be you, after all, that is what makes you happy… Read More ›
Human behavior mostly mimics the ‘code’ that was used to programme our brain when growing up. We can’t dispense with the need for young human beings needing to be groomed by fellow human beings. It’s only natural for mankind to… Read More ›
The family rental industry in Japan was born to deal with a social enigma – the disintegration of the traditional family into something too nuclear, and that no longer boasts of social relevance. The modern family numbers are so small… Read More ›