visited by the Theory of Chaos.
Rearrange the cards
in this formation so that each horizontal, vertical and
diagonal line of three adds up to fifteen.
The missing number is
3. The number in each area denotes the number of
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Never has humanity combined so much power with so
much disorder, so much anxiety with so many playthings, so much
knowledge with so much uncertainty.
"Historical Fact", 1932
Tip for the Month:
4 RULES FOR TAKING CARE OF YOURSELF DURING
Rule One: Show Up
Being willing to give something a try – showing
up for the event, showing up for an opportunity.
Rule Two: Be Present
This is more than showing up; it means giving your
best to the opportunity presenting itself to you – giving it your
very best shot.
Rule Three: Tell the Truth
This is often the most powerful
action that you can take – some of us get caught up in saying what
we think we are expected to say.
Rule Four: Let Go of Outcomes
This means doing our best, learning to do all
that we are able to, and then letting go of trying to control
outcomes and of trying to manipulate the system to bring about our
These rules come from the book, Managing
Transitions, by William Bridges which is highly recommended
Articles for the Month: What is Chaos
Here is a brief overview that is quite easy to follow. It has been
prepared by Jennifer Au for her geometry class. For a
slightly more in-depth introduction alone with some
excellent references, try this paper by Gregory Rae.
Next Month: Simplify
and Time Management