Tag Archives: Learning

COUNT THE GOOD

Count the good– the room to breathe, dependable solidity (yeah, knock on wood). . . But feel, too, the tough– the moments when you deeply grieve, the pains with which you heave and seethe, boot-shaking things that have you shudder … Continue reading

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WHEN YOU FAIL

You if you when you no matter how many times again you fail, be it untraceably and silently or with the whopping call of whipperwill, as quite conspicuously you writhe and flail, look there, and see each time you flame, … Continue reading

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SUDDENLY, YOU NOW CAN FLY

Even though you have no wings, your fitness grows with your focus set on certain things, and though you don’t know how or why, you master and surpass those things, with faithful, steady practice– you need not even be an … Continue reading

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LIFE’S LEARNING CURVE

Life is a learning curve. Curiosity verged on infinity and pure tenacity, coupled with alacrity, would be its axis-turning words.

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LEARNING LANGUAGE WITH LOVE

If you want to learn a foreign language, it’s really best to watch and listen like a child, and simply mimic what you see and hear– omit the grown-up work and pain of too much mental, psycho-wranglage, For, like a … Continue reading

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THE HUMAN DAY

White screen’s aglow. The day lags longer than the day. . . Our heart beats a little hard in a gear that’s low. Here and there, the dandelion crop bursts out a yellow top, as springtime’s early face begins to … Continue reading

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LEARNING FROM LIGHT LIMITS

Grab your September sun! While it’s still high in the sky, and the time’s still ripe to get some. For soon, the time will belong a little more to the moon. And more than that– for several moons, before the … Continue reading

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