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... for next time, because this question is just annoying.
#6: Calling us by our first names.
I know there are some teachers out there who think that this is ok. These teachers are mostly the baby teachers, fresh out of college with their bright smiles, colorful bulletin boards, and crisp ironed slacks. They don't mind students referring to them by their first names. They see it as empowering, creating a special bond of ...
... i.e., Sabbath, literally a "ceasing". It is a rest from work, or a break, often lasting from two months to a year. The concept of sabbatical has a source in shmita, described several places in the Bible where there is a commandment to desist from working the fields in the seventh year. Therefore, in the strict sense, a sabbatical lasts a year. Today, a Sabbatical is a time away from work to study, write, and/or travel. This is the path we embark upon. After about 40 ...
As I go on this journey, what will I learn? Will it really be as trans-formative as I've been assured it will be? I don't know.
What I do know is that I miss my physical home, my husband. But I suppose I have to be excited and hopeful that I may find my place in our home.
Cara just called, she's on her way and I think we are going to do a Starbucks run.
... fleeing troops 'Form form, there stands Jackson like a stonewall!!' And so he became known as Stonewall Jackson and his troops were feared by the North for many battles after this one. The Northern troops were panicked by Stonewalls resistance and fled the field in disarray. The retreat was so desperate that the Washington spectators got caught up in the fleeing Union troops. They went all the way back to Washington.
Its worth noting that most of ...
... my dad was not harmed and he is now safe at home, but that is not the case for 15 people who were injured or killed in the shootings.
I consider myself to be a fairly rational, intelligent, empathetic person, but for the life of me I cannot figure out why American citizens seem to have developed this desire to shoot each other.
After every one of these events people debate and come up with various hypotheses as to why someone ...