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Deadpool #13 Cover by *anklesnsocks
Super Grover by ~MikimusPrime
In reading a novel, any novel, we have to know perfectly well that the whole thing is nonsense, and then, while reading, believe every word of it. Finally, when we’re done with it, we may find - if it’s a good novel - that we’re a bit different from what we were before we read it, that we have changed a little… But it’s very hard to say just what we learned, how we were changed. — Ursula K. Le Guin (via unnursvana)
There is great wisdom in a learning environment that allows the motivation and self-direction of the participants to drive the activity, and in which skilled adults work with the natural flow of energy and attention to help children develop a sense of themselves, their interests, and their place in a community. Imagine how much better both child and teacher would feel if this sort of environment was the norm and not the exception? — Sam Chaltain via Energy or Entropy? (via humanscaleschools)
Watch out for the Esau syndrome: trading away God’s lifelong gift in order to satisfy a short-term appetite. You well know how Esau later regretted that impulsive act and wanted God’s blessing - but by then it was too late, tears or no tears.
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I have been very blessed by this study of Esther. -
Important FYI about the differences between Hugo and Cesar Chavez. Keep it up @google. Cesar was a good dude.
The Indescribable Intensity of Jaguar Eyes. Photo by Little Lioness