By Eli Kuslansky
Inspiration comes from strange places, even dogs.
Twice a day, I walk my daughter’s dog, a small Pomeranian Chihuahua that takes an unusually long time sniffing for spots to do her business. I am not sure if she’s conducting some obscure canine research or just being fussy. But from her perspective, it’s probably about instinct, tagging, tracking and survival.
This got me thinking about how different points of view, even radical ones, can be catalysts for change or rationale for the status quo. (What can I say? It was a busy walk.)