This post is week 4 of 8 in the #8WeeksofSummer Blog Challenge for educators. What do you consider when addressing implicit bias at your school? I have spent seven years in the Middle East in the small country of Bahrain. In any new place we begin to call home we learn of new explicit and… Read more Addressing Implicit Bias
My one-minute list (maybe three minutes) included: having supplies on hand, especially recycled items that others might consider throwaways seeing others’ artwork and taking inspiration making something beautiful from a story digital designing to share with others using up stuff roller balls for writing poems, blog posts, newspaper articles at my dining room table my… Read more When I Feel Creatively Unlocked
It’s hot and humid in Bahrain, the high temperature is above 100 F most all the days, now and into the foreseeable future. Today’s prompt for The Isolation Journals was to think about a time when nature provided the answer to a pressing question. For some reason, I thought back to February. Not February in… Read more Nature Provides Answers
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Do I hate trump more than I love Jesus? That’s a big question I need to answer. Why? Because in my life lately it seems hate is trumping love. Why? Because I spend more time watching news and these dark days of trumpidity than I do in meditation and prayer. Why? Good question. Because the… Read more Why?