Tuesday, 14 May 2019

Just whos folly is it anyway?

It is arrogance to attribute our own folly to others. To say that “we all do  . . [this bad or stupid thing or that]” or “if we are honest with ourselves we all do/think  . . [this bad or stupid thing or that]” . Like, "we all eat too much fat" It might make us feel better, or at least smugger and wiser, but the truth is that not everybody shares our weaknesses - but it is more humble to understand some people have overcome things that we have not.

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  1. I knew at a young age that the nasty green shot you got at the health food store or juice bar, that was followed with an orange squad (yes, an orange wedge, but I called them squads) was good for me, but I had no idea why, the same kinda follows now, except I know a few more details about it's real health benefits, because I am genuinely interested in what it provides to my overall well-being.
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  2. Students should consider forming Study Groups with fellow students, perhaps after school on the day before the exam. They earn points by attending, and get valuable feedback about what is likely to be covered. Students need to consider using time on lunch or after-school on the day of their exam as needed to complete their test. Plan ahead, students!
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