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Seminar in Sabah, Malaysia

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Another Winter Made Great by Children

Just like last year, the day before winter break, I hosted a celebration for the fifth graders in the my classroom.  A handful of children volunteered to come in early in the morning to decorate the room.  For the rest … Continue reading

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Remembering all the great things

It has been more than four months since I last logged in.  Summer seemed to have administered its lazy medicine on me, I did not even take time to write about the lovely gesture expressed by my fifth graders at … Continue reading

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Grownups of Little Faith

One must wonder what happened to faith as people move into adulthood. As children, the innocence in us helped us believe in anything that anyone had to say. My brother, when he was four, allowed my sister and I to … Continue reading

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About Servitude

My students know that I have an insistence when it comes to serving others.  Every time when there was something to be passed out to the entire class, the group could not touch, nor start on the project until the last … Continue reading

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On the topic of Goal setting – Planning the Path

I was asked to talk about goal-setting and my testimonial about the obstacles in life and how they make one stronger. The audience would turn out to be listeners to this Christian radio show. After much pondering, my thoughts went … Continue reading

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One Path

I liked this banner image the moment I saw it. There is nothing special about it, except I am the kind of person who loves mental association with words or pictures. Looking at this picture, ideas came: this is a … Continue reading

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