Philosophy and life

Working alone

I had access to appraisal notes of leadership candidates, which included those describing me, when I landed the top job in a school curricular activity NCC (National Cadet Corp) back in secondary school. It was a unanimous observation among my predecessors that I preferred going about alone. I explain: the bullshit is real, ie the […]

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On the moth-eaten service

A specific socio-politico-economico-ally dictated education-to-work arrangement prevails in any given society, at any given point in time, of which its pervasiveness, that is its acceptance by the general public, more or less, is determined by the continuous tension between state power and public obedience. This socio-economic arrangement, however, even as observed in a comparison between […]

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Lack of talent

I committed the two terms “free market economy” and “command economy” to memory during my JC econs days. It was only with my entrance into business and a certain political awareness, now, that I think I begin to understand the essence of these two academic terms. Above that, I even think I appreciate them. No […]

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