As you look into the night sky; and remark on the beauty of the universe in the shape of stars and nebula, you may at some point if given enough time, come to a realisation. These beautiful wonders, that have guided humanity since the dawn of our time, that have inspired poetry and created great works of art; may no longer be there. ..
There are no stupid questions; there are stupid answers.
To be a good teacher – and not just a successful educator – it is important to remember that the idea of being stupid (a horrible thing to think of someone, or to address someone as) could only be reserved for someone who lacks intelligence. And you know the only way to gain more knowledge, and to be more intellectual as person? Asking, questions…
It is irritatingly easy to focus on that which you did not accomplish, rather than that which you did. While
having a random probability distribution or pattern that may be analysed statistically but may not be predicted precisely.
In the words of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, “The small details, are by far the most important.”
Your memory is the rationality, by which your reason is based upon.
No matter what you’re doing in your life at the minute, no matter how busy your day appears to be, or how much furrows your brow each day – take sixty guilt free minutes; for yourself.
“You are under no obligation to be the same person you were five minutes ago”
– Alan Watts
“The river breaks through the landscape; not because of its power, but because of its persistence. “