thought to be one of the most remarkable and
significant finds of its kind in Britain.
Never forgetting the influence that was manifested
by the legacy which the Romans left the isles of
our 'Land of TIN' Britannia with !!! • much more
so, I would suggest than the land of ROME which
has now been subsumed by the so-called idl of
the supposed European Union.
d, rather than utopian dreamings of what might be possible” Krznaric considers empathy - the ability to truly put oneself in the shoes of another - to be a vital but neglected human capacity. “I absolutely believe that empathy can be taught,” he says, citing the success of a programme for Canadian schoolchildren called ‘Roots of Empathy’. He would like to see something similar in British schools. He writes a blog about empathy called ‘Outrospection' and plans a book on the subject, and even a museum.by Jenny Lunnon - Interview with Roman Krznaric Oxford Times December 29th 2011
... as judged I would affirm in concert with THE MIND OF AN EMPATH !!!I would suppose therefore that my subsequent comment on Roman Krznaric's blog, entitled Why creativity is not about originality - just about summarises my own experience of LIFE ...
"Your reference to Michelangelo is well chosen, particularly in the context of his fame at the time for the outward appearance of the human body, which has coloured the majority of our status-quo collective mindset in this new millennium; juxtaposed to 'the bastard ' Leonardo, whose truly creative and brilliant 3D like drawings, of the internal workings of the human body, are still used today, because of their 'realism', during the instruction of surgeons in where and how to cut." SO as Leonardo well understood..."ALL IS IN NATURE and WE ARE A CIRCUMSTANCE of NATURE" ...feeling THE TRUTH THROUGH his OWN personal UNIVERSAL PERSPECTIVE, I would suggest.