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Fears Unreasonable Reasoning

Sandymancan Qoute

“Fear! its hostile for the hopeful, fertile cause its woeful, rejecting the rational within your intellect, its explosive emotions its common sense we neglect.”

Towards

The bells. The clicks. The whirs and ticks.
Constant. Incessantly counting and hastening doubts.
No grinding of those gears that move and mark
The breaking wheels of wonders forgotten or lost. 88 more words

Reflection

The Feminist Views Analysed in the Novel "Into Thin Air" by Jon Krakauer

Hey guys! Last week I did my analysis on the archetypical theory, and this week I will be focusing in on the feminist perspective. Good news! 855 more words

Death Never Comes Easy

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Goodbye, old friend.

Well, another one of my friends passed away this week. His name was John and he was only 23. 974 more words

Musings.

Life is a Drama

Everyone of us is an actor on this unlimited stage. Each one of us has a script to act upon stored in the soul eternally. Each one has a different script, no two scripts are the same. 190 more words

Reflection

We Teach Languages Episode 32: Reflective, Principled, Proficiency-Oriented Teaching with Walter Hopkins

In episode 32, Stacey shares an interview with Walter Hopkins, instructor and assistant director of the Michigan State University Spanish language program. Walter discusses his perspective on excellent language teaching, unpacks some of the issues faced by new language instructors, and explains how his language program has developed around proficiency goals. 85 more words

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