Japan and U.S. cultures could not be more different
Mark Twain said, “Modesty died when clothes were born”. In Korea, genetically-dictated faces died when plastic surgery was born.
How odd it would be to send Al Sharpton and David Duke back in time to witness the banality of black on white slavery and to understand that our notions of their perceived conflicts are predicated on social constructs that arose out of the particular history of European Enlightenment, Colonialism, and the Pseudoscience of Anthropology (spoken as an Anthropology major myself.)
“Days of our years, in them are seventy years, and if, by reason of might, eighty years, Yet is their enlargement labour and vanity, For it hath been cut off hastily, and we fly away. -(Psalm 90:10)”
I have flown to NYC to meet with the T.A. Sciences team, including some of the licensee physicians. We’re excited for our two-day workshop with Dr. G. Clotaire Rapaille, the author of “The Culture Code,” a seminal text in marketing and branding. Dr. Rapaille is a world-famous guru for Fortune 100 companies and draws from Psychological, Anthropological, and Philosophical credentials …