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We don’t need no stinkin’ badges,
or: Keeping yourself upright.

1. Eyes on the prize: Hot soup and a world fit for humans.

One of the things my grandma taught me was to carry a soup bowl from the kitchen up to the dining room without spilling the hot soup, or dropping the heavy bowl. It is simple, and it has nothing to do with physical strength. It is all about awareness: Do not watch the filled bowl, watch where you go. Don’t look down on the stairs. Don’t look at the bowl. Don’t imagine the possible disaster. Look ahead to the dining room and the table, balance your attention between only the important things.

Eyes on the prize: Hot soup and a world fit for humans

Eyes on the prize: Hot soup and a world fit for humans

2. Now, let me introduce you to Badge Guy from Stanford, California.
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Ich träum in letzter Zeit immer öfter davon, …

... den Mut zu haben, mich auf einen belebten Platz zu stellen und John F. Kennedys Rede zu laut zitieren: "The very word secrecy is repugnant in a free and open society!"

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