Mindfulness has been on my mind lately.
We can’t have it both ways, folks. If teachers are as important as we say they are (and we have the research to prove it), then let’s act like it.
Our lives are full of color and texture, but we can’t always see the complex and beautiful patterns that occur when our lives are interwoven with others.
In their attempt to dehumanize him, Victor Frankel’s captors stripped away everything. But they couldn’t take away the one thing that made him a human being – his purpose for living.
The reason attention is so valuable is that it shines a spotlight on the things we hold dear.
Pop Quiz! What skill set did researchers find to be most important in predicting whether a kindergarten student would eventually obtain a college degree?
A recent study found that folks who had a positive attitude towards growing older actually lived seven and a half years longer than those who didn’t!
We’ve all heard of the midlife crisis, right?
(Or if the shoe fits…)
(Or, There Really Are No Words)
Humans are instinctively creative beings, designed that way on purpose in order to express our innate Divinity.
We have value simply because we are alive!
We must stop blaming teachers for everything that is wrong in education and start looking for real solutions.
(Or Headbutts Can Be Useful)
Continuing with a theme, I’m continuing to question status quo and let out my “inner rebel.”
Are you still eating only chicken nuggets and fries or have you changed your “perspective” and diversified your palate?