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I Saw Myself, When I Gazed into Your Eyes

I guess, that, was what drove me to offer you the help, because I saw myself, when I gazed into your eye, and the moments of my past, came flooding back, had someone lend me a helping hand when I was there (in the past), then, maybe, I wouldn’t have had it this hard, and now, you appeared before me, in my “old shoes”, how can I not help you out? 270 more words


The Love Chain


I was raised, in a single parent household, but, in the shelter of my mother’s hard work, I’d grown up, without any worries, and in a carefree manner too. 371 more words


After the Television is Turned Off, a Unique Way to Educate


After my eldest, my second child too, is graduating from NTU this year.  Since when they were younger, we never had cable television, other than the newscasts and a few cartoons, there are rarely any chances they’d sat down in front of the television. 408 more words


What I learned in PST (and other cultural notes)

“Good teachers know that discomfort and pain are often signs that truth is struggling to be born among us” -Parker J. Palmer

Eleven weeks ago, I stepped off an airplane in a place that I knew very little about.

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追风筝的人 - The Kite Runner

The Kite Runner has been my favorite book since the first time I read it in English. It’s a beautiful, touching story and the author, Khaled Hosseini has a gift with words and describing things that I really think is quite rare. 588 more words


Today is a new day... START!

There are a lot of things that people our age worry about; when I say ‘our age’ I’m speaking of over 25, though I can see anyone in their 20’s having these feelings. 954 more words

Do As the Locals Do

The first time I experienced altitude sickness was in 2009 when I traveled to La Paz, Bolivia. Bolivia is a landlocked country in South America, whose landscape is shrouded in desert. 727 more words