We can all look back and remember a teacher or two who made a difference in our lives. I’ve used that exercise when working with groups of teachers in a professional development setting. However, this is not about looking back, but rather the present and looking ahead. I have two teachers currently in Mexico. One
In Central Switzerland there is a trail that leads to the “End of the World” – the place where the Horbis valley suddenly comes to an end. The trail starts at Engelberg railway station and leads down to the end of Dorfstrasse. There, by the Abbey chapel, you follow the steps up to the road,
On Friday, December 21, 2018, at 2:23 pm PST 22:23 UTC, the sun will reach its southernmost point before starting back on its northward trek toward Spring. That’s for all of us in the northern hemisphere. You can calculate your own time accordingly. It has more to do with the tilt of the earth on its
Maybe there’s an app or one waiting to be developed that will scan and read a label which is often so small I can’t see it. I have been a label reader for a long time and it doesn’t seem to be receding like so many other things at this point. Take yesterday for example.
Advent, which began December 2, is about the adventure, the anticipated arrival of the Light, whether Winter Solstice, Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Las Posadas or Diwali, just celebrated. These are holidays, holy days. Holy means simply, “set apart.” Here are the lyrics from a piece of music which Alexa played for me this morning: This one
I sometimes have thoughts swirling around in my head and I can’t quite get them clearly into focus. I don’t think it’s early (?) onset of Alzheimer’s or Dementia, at least not yet, but those are indeed serious conditions to be taken seriously. You may have had a similar experience. Those thoughts might come