The story every teacher should read

The following story was told by Wayne Dyer. I had heard it before, but now it feels so much more powerful. Maybe I was not ready at the time. Children also have a lot to cope with in their lives. because misery is not only reserved for adulthood, so being more open, curious and empathetic […]

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Reading to escape reality

Reading is the closest you get to time travel. You can escape your life and gain new perspectives by walking in different characters’ shoes, often learning from stories from second-hand experience, no matter whether it’s a biography or a novel. All reading is food for thought. For those who like me who don’t enjoy watching TV, immersing […]

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Remember by Christina Rossetti

Christina Rossetti is one of my favorite poets. She expressed sadness with such beauty as when she wrote Remember. Remember me when I am gone away,          Gone far away into the silent land;          When you can no more hold me by the hand, Nor I half turn to go yet turning stay. Remember me when no more […]

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How our memory tricks us.

HINDSIGHT IS NEVER 20/20. by Delfín Carbonell Basset How is it possible that two persons recall differently an event that happened years ago? Often one person remembers something vividly, and the other doesn’t, and even doubts it ever happened. Why?  

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