One would think from this accounting that my parents probably did not have much of a sex life. In fact for some families there may be a great deal of truth to the equation that the number of children( 1,742 more words
His voice had the clear honesty of a young man emerging from adolescence, scarred by the sudden growing pains of maturation and sexual awakening. His was the voice of that wavy line between childhood and young manhood, naive and open-minded enough to hold onto the tiniest shreds of hope, but experienced enough to know just how many fucks the world was likely to give about his feelings.
Foundation for the Future
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Education gives one a foundation for future success—whether that is providing a general knowledge base, resources for problem-solving and completing tasks, skills to communicate effectively with others, or an understanding of the world—education is what one can build off of and grow on.
Descartes says you have to build a little cabin, a sort of base camp before you can scale the mountain to build your fortress/castle/mansion and in three years at the College, I had done little more than string a hammock up between two trees and call it “good.” It was time to get serious and build a real philosophical/theological moral framework. 3,467 more words
Darren Hogben, Gt Elms Saturday
Darren & other students decoached. Darren’s bag was acting suspiciously. 166 more words
I was introduced to the concept of In Loco Parentis as an undergraduate at Indiana Wesleyan University. The policy itself, which in Latin means “in place of parents,” stood for the idea of the university continuing the work of a student’s parents by taking responsibility for the students’ holistic well-being. 552 more words