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The Important River Talova

An essay by Drusian historian Meynrad Herrengar

Ever since I was a young girl, I have been fascinated by the river Talova. No river on the continent of Aeropa has been so influential in the history of the many peoples of the land. 476 more words

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The Inaugural Dinner: Torah Action Life

Last night our team of Amanda and Blake were truly privileged to photograph the inaugural Annual Dinner of TAL, founded by the inspirational Rabbi Jonathan Tawil who alongside his wife Raya strive towards the mission of uniting the Jewish community and providing enriching activities for young people. 284 more words

Photography

Suffering

I can’t stop thinking about the grasshopper being eaten.

What it must look like from his perspective, world black and white with big blocky objects moving in and out of vision unpredictably.  155 more words

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UPDATE: 7 Podcasts I Think You'll Love

NOTE: This is an updated post from the original publication date of April 6, 2016. 

I’m a big fan of podcasts. They are chock-full of interesting backstories behind the headlines; they provide a brief but deep look at topics I wouldn’t take the time to read about. 626 more words

Stuff I Like

Numeracy

Med numeracy forstås evnen til at bruge matematik i hverdagen og leg med tal i børnehaven er let, når man har klemmer og en ispind til rådighed. 9 more words

Tal plakat

Forskning viser, at børn, som får rettet opmærksomheden mod tal tidligt, lettere tilegner sig matematik i skolen. I sprogin har vi i samarbejde med den dygtige tegner Jonas Prip fået tegnet en plakat, hvor børnene både kan se tallet og se den mængde, som tallet repræsenterer. 36 more words

My very first blog post!

Wow, my very first post! This has been a longgg time coming! I have been wanting to make a blog for so so long, like over a year. 395 more words