Our conversation today left me thinking about modern approaches to solving consumer needs with sustainable (fluidly adaptable) solutions. It’s kind of like reverse-engineering the solution so one can create consistency in an inherently inconsistent environment/economy of consumer demands. Of course you cannot superimpose limits on ecosystems that are uncontrolled to begin with, but setting a species (a logical architecture of questions and answers that meets the consumers macro-level problem i.e. constants that accompany each variable) loose in a controlled, created environment/economy with a limited number of variables can tell us a lot.
I belong in the cockpit, flying. Flying is very therapeutic for me.
It feels great to reap the benefits of late-night study and consistent hard work in the form of great grades… especially in math.
On a completely unrelated note, my grandma is visiting, and amidst recent conversation I learned that after retiring the flight suit, Grandpa was the lead project manager on extending the operational employment of the C141 (which, incidentally, is the plane my dad flew in the Air Force). I’m so proud of that.
I heard a great interpretation of the word “poverty.” Jacqueline Novogratz sums up poverty as not wholly about a lack of income, rather, it’s a deprivation of choices and opportunities.
Watching people receive news at the cancer center that a parent or sibling has a complication tears me up.