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The photo and the poetry intrigues me to understand the whole context. In my visual mind, I was standing in the center with many doors and feel stuck. Then I relate it to my life of being caught in between. Thus I give my feedback in response to Sue Vincent’s paths poetry that being the center can confusing. She gives an unexpected response, “Only if you don’t know where you have come from 🙂”. Startled. Then I have a good laugh.
How can I don’t know where I come from?
Sue, you makes have a good laugh during my confusion times.
This is a beautiful poetry the importance of unity rather than doing it alone.
Navigating the absurd
Contradictions of Being
New survival skill
Guessing terrorist kill zones
Modern day living”
“Human Beings cannot afford to alienate from each other. In the span of every moment, seven billion Human–to–Human or Human–to–Nature interactions occur in the form of thought or activity. The Human Species influences Creation through one of two directions: (1) We oppose each other and continue to contribute to and intensify the chaos that disrupts Creation or (2) We unify as the force that will restore the balance within Creation. No other alternative exists.”
The Irreducible Primary
© Rob Taylor, 2011
A good reminder for the teachers to measure the child’s ability to learn.
As a writer I am delighted when a fellow blogger or contact on social media shares my work or my posts. In turn it gives me great pleasure to reciprocate but it helps when people come to me or make it easy for me to share their books, posts, tweets etc.
On WordPress there are a number of buttons that you can install that enables others to follow and share. I notice that some bloggers choose not to display the Reblog button which is quite useful as a sharing method… If a post is special, relevant, contains important information or is entertaining reblogging helps bring traffic to your blog and also gets your post to a wider audience. When it is reblogged only the first paragraph or sentences are shown and then you have to click a link to be taken to the original. It is also best if the…
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Photo post by @Airlia2ai.
Source: Travel… Through this, I converse with the Locquate on our experiences. My experiences are summed up at
The beauty of chirping birds, nearby flowers, flying butterflies and even the beauty of God’s kindness in humans.
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Hope everyone has a great Friday.
This remind me of younger days where chickens cross the road and my dad needed to stop the car to let them cross over.
Have you ever REALLY wondered why the Chicken crossed the road? Well the following answers are from famous people around the world. You will be enjoy reading there answers. Read them to find out what they are!
GEORGE W. BUSH
We don’t really care why the chicken crossed the road. We just want to know if the chicken is on our side of the road or not. The chicken is either with us or it is against us. There is no middle ground here.
I invented the chicken. I invented the road. Therefore, the chicken crossing the road represented the application of these two different functions of government in a new, reinvented way designed to bring greater services to the American people.
Now at the left of the screen, you clearly see the satellite image of the chicken crossing…
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Grading teachers based on when their students acquire and master a specific set of skills, is like grading parents based on when their children learn to tie their shoes or ride a bike.
While, most people can learn to ride a bicycle, not everyone has the innate ability, determination, and desire to become a BMX racer.
When it comes to acquiring new skills, the level of proficiency a student achieves and the speed at which that occurs, depends on a variety of factors including; type of instruction, how often they independently practice and use the skill, parental involvement, student engagement, and most importantly, cognitive ability and disability.
The Common Core State Standards are specific “goals and expectations for the knowledge and skills students need in English language arts and mathematics at each grade level.”
Every student is expected to meet these standards or “targets” on schedule, and regardless of each…
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