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KENNETH WESTHUES
Professor Emeritus
University of Waterloo, Canada

Updated with quotes for September 2019:

Classic:
I would renounce, therefore, the attempt to create heaven on earth, and focus instead on reducing the hell.
— A. Alan Borovoy, 1988.

 

Direct:
Mobbings multiply and life is grim in organizations run by true believers in human perfectibility, as compared to those run by admitted sinners accepting of human frailty and politics.
The Envy of Excellence, 2003, p. 180.

Garden moment for September 2019:

Begonia, Coleus, and sweet potato vine come in so many varieties it's hard to decide which ones to choose for an annual planter. The Begonia below is Rex "Escargot."


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