*I often sit watching the clouds change into different shapes. I wrote this poem this morning after a few minutes of meditation. I looked up at the sky this morning mindful of its enormity yet so serene Breathed in and out so gratefully. Then a white-grayish cloud framed in lavender morphed into a question mark so proudly it spread across the sky and … Continue reading Question Mark ?
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“A teacher is an answer in search of a question.” – Anonymous ? ? “Here lives a teacher” is the message on a small souvenir I purchased last year. I immediately put it on a small stand by my computer; I guess to remind me that I am a teacher first, and to empower is… Continue reading Here Lives a Teacher
The test of a good teacher is not how many questions he can ask his pupils that they will answer readily, but how many questions he inspires them to ask him which he finds it hard to answer. -Alice Wellington Rollins Thanks to all teachers who inspired me to think and question. As an educator I tried to help students know the importance of asking … Continue reading Happy Teacher’s Recognition Day!
What Will I Flaunt Today? I think I’ll flaunt my old 1929 Royal standard typewriter I wanted to type this post on my beautiful black upright but then, I would have to scan the page and upload it on to my computer and post it as media or picture to insert. But then you may not be able to read the post. Because sometimes the … Continue reading What Will I Flaunt Today?
Failure to achieve something in life can be devastating sometimes. I was thinking about failure. There are some things that we cannot help of course. Sometimes failure is inevitable. We have little control over nature; often it seems like it needs to fail us or disappoint us. We may not understand how someone can deceive and fail us when we most need support and compassion. As … Continue reading I HATE FAILURE!