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September 24, 2008

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Arpita

what a wonderful explaination.Though I learned the same during my course...your explaination was a real pleasure to read and I got a better understanding. I will surly try this with my class and at home too. thanks a lot

Melissa

Wow - I read your blog often and I just had to comment and let you know that your post was just lovely and your students are very lucky. Thanks for sharing all that you do.

Aditi

This is such a beautiful post - and such a soul stirring activity. I think parents need to do this at home with children as well - or they can, as you did with your younger son - find the light of love in the work we do everyday. Rabindranath Tagore, a nobel laureate and famed Indian poet, has said the present was named so because it is, literally, a 'present'. A gift to pause and watch life inside and outside us.
Truly moving post.

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