How often do you think about IT, i.e., what you are standing upon. Much of the time, we, at most, are only aware or thinking about, at most, the top 9″ of what we are standing upon. We tend to think of it as carpet, tile, road, grass, snow, sand, water etc. But, this is BUT the surface. What is underneath, directly underneath — thousands of miles down? Have you ever thought about that.
Think first, then research, then THINK again. Think for the pleasure of thinking.
Yesterday’s ‘Think’: “General Tso’s Chicken” — the name and the dish per se are essentially American, albeit created by one or more Chinese chefs in the 1970s. It is believed to have been named after a statesman and military leader from the Hunan Province, Zuo Zongtang (also Tso Tsung-t’ang). However, the good General had no hand in coming up with this dish and would never have had eaten it — given that he died in 1884. His name was basically borrowed to give the dish some ‘character’!