We live our lives in webs of interdependence and yet we keep telling ourselves the story that we are independent.
With any turn of a century, it is common for new possibilities to emerge, new approaches to become common practice, new philosophies of living to become popular, and new qualities of leadership to give birth to a new world.
Robert Fritz, The Path of Least Resistance
As the nineteenth century came to a close, the horse and buggy was the prevailing mode of transportation. The automobile was viewed as an expensive amusement. People laughed at the possibility of the sturdy, reliable horse and buggy being replaced by a mere machine. With the dawn of the ...