Tag Archives: learning

When You’re Busy Making Other Plans

Why is it that just when I decided I was going to be vigilant about sticking to my schedule, I had to delay eating breakfast to go buy milk for my mother-in-law’s breakfast? I had decided to stick to my … Continue reading

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Motivation to Responsibility

After posting the questions about responsibility to Facebook and getting two replies in answer to the question and two replies about Facebook vs. blogging, I’ve come to the conclusion that: a) Facebook is a more accessible form of communication for … Continue reading

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Sequel to the Accident

As it turns out, the accident was totally not my fault. The woman in the car in front of me called me today and I asked her what she remembers about the sequence of events. She said she’s absolutely sure … Continue reading

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Master teachers

Contemplating about the Passover holiday has brought up thoughts of stuck-ness and redemption. The word for Egypt, the place where the emerging Jewish nation was stuck 3,300 years ago, is Mitzrayim from the word meitzar, a narrow place. As slaves … Continue reading

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Freedom to learn

I’m revisiting a book I read a long time ago called Freedom to Learn by Carl Rogers. After a bit of browsing a few of his points and questions caught my attention. I’m not yet responding with my own thoughts … Continue reading

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Believe in yourself: What does it really mean?

How do we see our mistakes and failures? People who are good at getting up again view and use their mistakes simply as tuition paid for learning. Take note how to do it better next time and move on. From … Continue reading

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What kind of process?

“It’s being in the process that counts.” My willingness to nod in agreement to this statement depends very much on what the person means by this. My response the last time I heard it was, “Yes, but you need some … Continue reading

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