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... We should begin about school reform by stopping these places from functioning like cysts, impenetrable, insular bodies that take our money, our children, and our time and give nothing back. Do we really want more of it?
In recent years, I’ve given much thought to the problem of turning the compulsory school network into some kind of emotionally rewarding community, because a move seems to be afoot to do the reverse, to enlarge substantially the bite that schooling takes ...
... a thousand different apprenticeships, the one-day variety or longer - these are all powerful, cheap, and effective ways to start a real reform of schooling. But no large-scale reform is ever going to work to repair our damaged children and our damaged society until we force open the idea of school to include family as the main engine of education. If we use schooling to break children away from parents - and make no mistake, that ...
... Church has been incapable of admitting, and of wishing to admit, that Jesus and Judas together united the opposites called God and Satan, light and darkness. It has denied that salvation is possible without its so-called intercession. It has denied Jesus' teaching that only each one of us by ourselves alone can be born anew. It has asserted that it is the only authority and intermediary without whose office no man can become what essentially he ...
... Other ways to travel up the Amazon River are speed boat ($70/person) or flying ($100). Our option was the cheapest but also the longest, 2 nights and 2full days, but we decided to experience the local mode of transport. This ship only had one other cabin for 2 passengers and the rest of the boat was meant for hammock sleeping, which is even cheaper. Many people were already aboard the ship saving their hammock location, and by the time ...
... their nests. Ariana’s boot gets full of mud again! Hugo and Llyacko tell us to keep away while they search and poke with sticks where they think it could be hiding. It is scary. The truth is that I am quite happy that we did not find it. It is great to see that Ariana and Elena no longer complain about mosquitos or the heat. These are my jungle girls. Llyacko taught them ...