It would be fair to say that at some point, we have all been frustrated by a crying child. Perhaps
Suppose that in ten million years, humanity has been long wiped off the face of the planet. Some life still remains, but it has regressed to a more primitive state, due to some cataclysmic event, caused by our own iniquity, or some element of chance.
No animal that could understand the basics of calculus has existed on the rock called Earth for a very long time.
When one day, entirely by chance, our no longer blue planet is discovered, by some nomadic civilisation …
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…
You don’t have to do it alone. No matter what it is; or how you feel; if you are right
… By the pillows, her nose is tucked into your shoulder, under the warmth of the sheets. Her cheeks tingle at the softness against her face. The covers bring a comfort, surpassed only by the press of her body along the length of yours. She pulls herself close to you in small motions, like tide lines on the sand. Her skin warms yours, although she clings to you for the heat, and something more …
“You are never too important, to not be kind.”
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.