BRYCE ON SOCIETY - The Baby Boomers versus the Millennials, and beyond. There is a divide widening between the Baby Boomers and its succeeding generations, the Millennials. Both sides are frustrated and do not understand the other. What was commonplace in the Boomer generation is not so anymore, … [Read more...] about Across the Generational Divide
BRYCE ON SOCIETY - Our family and friends, our co-workers, our boss...? Have you ever noticed there doesn't seem to be a lot of trust anymore? We tend not to trust our government, our companies, our coworkers, the media, our neighbors. Heck, we're even suspicious about the motives of our own … [Read more...] about Who Do We Trust?
Registration is now open for the Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library symposium Perspectives on American Freemasonry and Fraternalism April 11, 2014 From the Library: The Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library announces its symposium, Perspectives on American Freemasonry and … [Read more...] about Perspectives on American Freemasonry and Fraternalism
I stumbled across this by accident, but its amusing how many views and comments videos like these pick up in their linking of Hip Hop and Freemasonry. Its like the whole genre of conspiracy and secret societies has filtered down from the mass media culture of TV and movies and into the urban hip hop … [Read more...] about Hip Hop Freemasons
I shot out a traffic light the other day with my shotgun, one that has been giving me fits lately as I go to work. No, I didn't actually shoot it, but I have found myself fantasizing about doing so lately as I have become increasingly agitated while waiting on this particular light. In fact, I've … [Read more...] about Instant Karma’s Gonna Get You
Whether in business or a nonprofit organization there will be instances where you will inevitably be warned to "play by the rules." I have heard this in just about every company I've consulted with, as well as the many different nonprofit organizations I have participated in over the years. … [Read more...] about Playing by the Rules