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Thanks, Barry Ritholtz
Libraries have historically been places where people meet to share information, ideas and to develop knowledge and are at heart more about people than they are about books or computers. 395 more words
I struggled in school, for several reasons.
Reason number one is that it moved too slowly for me, especially during the early years.
Reason number two is that my education and concentration were being disrupted and interfered with by the presence of unruly, “uncivilized” (in my view) other kids. 592 more words
In yet another dry summer in year 5 of a drought, I’m reminded how names influence perceptions and actions. Shakespeare’s Juliet argued “That which we call a rose / By any other name would smell as sweet. 233 more words