The world is full of places to explore...
And I've been to some of them. Texas, Saint Petersburg, engineering school, the lifeguard stand, Château de Savigny-lès-Beaune, and a lecture on modern US foreign policy by the former American diplomat Zalmay Khalilzad. Wherever curiosity takes me, I'm eager to find a way to get there.
I believe there is more to learning than simply knowing. Figuring out the inner workings of a system, or the circumstances which led up to a particular event, is only step one of the gradual process of improving the world in which we live. As a result, I hope to turn society into a more knowledgeable place by starting discussions on topics that matter to our global, ever more interconnected community. How can use history to not only remember the past but to also dive into the future?
We are capable of rectifying our mistakes, by discussion and experience. Not by experience alone. There must be discussion, to show how experience is to be interpreted.