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The NAP and Parenting [Guest Post]

By Brit’s Think

This essay is a tad of a personal story for me. So as a 15 year old, most people my age don’t often take life seriously, they don’t ask questions that are big or existential, they just go along with life. 734 more words


No. 3193

Monkey See; Monkey Don’t. By CpSingleton © 2016

I can’t crow for you.

You can throw me a penny

But I won’t sing any

Notes just because… 66 more words


How They Wrestled with the New

It is fascinating to learn about the concrete historical circumstances under which great philosophical works—works that have become timeless classics—were produced, and about the relation to their own times of the extraordinary individuals who produced them. More…


Crime and Punishment

“Is it that a tiny crime can be wiped out by thousands of good deeds? For one life, thousands would be saved from corruption and decay.” 1,234 more words

Some knowledge sharing...

Two weeks into my PGDE and I have learned so many fascinating and thought-provoking notions related to pedagogy, teaching and learning. The course is truly fantastic. 641 more words

a filter on Life

For the longest time, i thought that the world would fix itself, or at the very least. My world would fix itself. Yet as i grew up isee that I couldn’t have been any more wrong. 558 more words


From The Esoteric To The Abstract, Is Art Too Difficult

Is art too hard for most people. I don’t think so. Art museums wouldn’t be one of the main attractions for tourism if art was too difficult. 394 more words

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