While we are not talking about the Super Bowl, Imam Azhar does open this episode of the podcast by talking about how the New England Patriots had just won another division title, so that they were eligible to attend the Super Bowl. But the Imam isn’t a fan of the Patriots…B.C. Dodge guesses that it is in relation to deflategate, after all, what other reason could there be to not like a team, other than – you know – cheating!
As it turns out what the Imam is referring to is the ability to go back and review things. When things don’t go right, when there are failures, when we get knocked down, do we review and say, “what did I do wrong?” “What can I change if I do this again?”
B.C. reminds the listeners of the George Santayana quote “Those who cannot learn from history are doomed to repeat it.”
Imam Azhar goes on to say that much like the New England Patriots, who started the season off very poorly, and then went back to review what they had done and how they could change things up – humanity needs to do the same. We need to stop and review what we have done, assess how well things are working, and go back and try new things over again.
Which leads to this week’s topic, where did the deterioration of humanity start? When did it all start to go wrong? When did manners become a thing of the past?
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