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Thinking....it Ain't for Everybody

A friend and I were conversing about that song that came out a few years ago, where the young artist was singing about his G-5 jet. 159 more words

Who am I to Say?

“I’m the type of person who likes to know the why of things.”-Catherine the Great

What an interesting reoccurring theme, people who do “Great” things maintain that natural curiosity and even an angst to unearth the why of things. 219 more words

Child Education vs Adult Education

Nobody will disagree that adult education is different from child education, but this is one of those things that’s forgotten so easily.

For starters, you have to consider developmental stages. 499 more words

Going Ahead Despite Fear!

“So much strength, so much enthusiasm, so much hubris.

Then comes the trial, and the wheat and the chaff naturally separate!

This is life, this is the Game, this is the big lie, but this act reveals Truth! 43 more words

Nietzsche's Übermensch and Gur-tuh (Goethe)

Nietzsche explicitly names a few people in “Will to Power” that he thinks rank among the greatest human beings that have ever lived, and he puts them in this category for traits very similar to those that he ascribes to an Übermensch: 282 more words

When a child learns the most

I recently reviewed several theories related to child cognitive development. Some talked to me more than others, but one that I like to keep in mind as a parent is the theory from Vygotsky, a russian psychologist (more about him  202 more words