Tag Archives: children

Is “Epaminondas And His Auntie” Really A Good Learning Tool For Children?


No child is born a racist, an angry activist, or with the feeling of racial superiority, or inferiority, those are taught to them by adults and passed from child to child and generation to generation. Continue reading

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Liam’s 3rd Birthday Party / Liam Is A Big Boy Now


Liam had become a big boy overnight. I was so proud of Liam, but a sad feeling passed over me at the same time, as I realized that the times that Liam would need to play with his Grandpa on the floor would soon be a thing of the past and that for all of my complaining about it I would miss those times like I miss them with all of the grandchildren before him. Continue reading

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Another Children’s Birthday Party / To Go Or Not To Go That Is The Question


I got a phone call from Liam the day before his party and he could hardly talk, he was so excited about his birthday party. He never mentioned gifts, cake, or ice cream, but what he did mention was that his parents along with his uncles, aunts, grandparents and friends were all coming to the party just to see him. Continue reading

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Are You A Closet Bigot or A New Age Person?


I have been with both rich and poor and the deciding factor when I chose to be with a woman, always came back to her character; her honesty and a willingness to share of herself with me.
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