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September 24, 2008


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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


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.


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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