Proximate vs Root Causes: Why You Should Keep Digging to Find the Answer

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***The Weekend IdeaFest Series: Getting at the Roots***

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Courtesy of Iris Grace Painting

          Farnham Street’s Brain Food blog is one of the most thoughtful of the many I follow in my research. Today’s post, focusing on the vital importance of our getting at the root causes of things, deserves to be read several times over. One of our biggest weaknesses, whether as individuals or part of society, is to identify and treat external symptoms rather than digging to find the root causes of problems. The featured images are those of Iris Grace Halmshaw, a young artist with autism in the UK.

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Source: Proximate vs Root Causes: Why You Should Keep Digging to Find the Answer

 

Courtesy of Iris Grace Painting

Courtesy of Iris Grace Painting

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About ReginaMJKyle

Regina MJ Kyle is a former teacher, university professor, and dean. She recently established The Creative Apothecary as the successor to the Kyle Group through which she worked for 30 years. Her past work has focused on innovation and entrepreneurship in education, the arts, and community development. She is currently writing on a book on creativity in our lives and communities. Originally from Massachusetts, she has lived in England, Dallas, Washington DC, Louisville, Cambridge, and Boston.

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