Captain Walker’s Seven Pillars of Apology:
There must be unqualified and unconditional admission of wrongdoing based on objective facts. Expressed clarity and specificity about what the wrongdoing was. Unqualified acceptance of personal responsibility for the wrongdoing or acceptance of wrongdoing on behalf of an entity which the individual represents. The apology must be objectively perceived (i.e.Read More
The Pope escapes arrest in the UK
I wrote about this matter in November 2009 (see: Child Sex Abuse Scandal Rocks Ireland) but some will be wondering what this is about. Prof Richard Dawkins had made calls for The Pope to be arrested and charged with ‘crimes against humanity’ in April 2010 (Times 2010-04-11). However, as theRead More
What is real stubbornness?
I guess some will immediately start asking why I am so interested in that. I’m thinking that I often meet people who refuse to move, change their mindsets, or take appropriate action when circumstances or evidence would expectedly dictate ‘change’. There are reasons why people don’t change or move. TheseRead More