Reasonable Responsible Thought
Welcome to Mind The Gap, A Pathway Concept. You’ll find blogs and Jerry Price’s new Pathway Online Workshops.
Mind The Gap was an audible or visual warning phrase issued to rail passengers to take caution while crossing the horizontal, and in some cases vertical, spatial gap between the train door and the station platform. The phrase was first introduced in 1969 on the London Underground in the United Kingdom. It was a reasonable and responsible warning or alert to keep from harm.
The workshop courses are meant to challenge, stimulate, and assist anyone who would like to go further in studying subjects that train them for specific purposes as straight thinkers who accept responsibility. Coming soon to the Pathway Workshop is TRANSFORMING TWISTED THINKING; a course that has been taught in seminaries, social services, and church lay counseling ministries. But it’s also for anyone who wants to MIND THE GAP.