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Amrick Singh Sep 8
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Gul Rahman Orakzai Sep 9
To be kind is more important than to be right . Many times what people need is not a brilliant mind that speaks but a special heart that listens".
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GradeOneGreatness Sep 5
Just a reminder that the words we say can not be unsaid! Some very empathetic kids in our class as they show the wrinkled heart that they care!
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les penick Sep 12
There is an old saying to understand someone’s point of view “you must walk a mile in their shoes” the part often left out is “ you must take your own shoes off first”
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David Kestner 8h
I have for Kavanaugh for the pain and damage caused by the false unhinged allegations of his politically motivated "victims".
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Bhagyashree😺😻 Sep 13
Do we actually deserve animals? 😕 A heart melting video. Must watch.
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💧Emma Meconi Sep 7
Most people are compassionate, generous & merciful because they are decent human beings, not because they belong to a fundamental religious so-called faith. Morrison is incapable of even a shred of humanity regardless.
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Center on Trauma and Adversity Sep 14
When our students are “Out of control” “Defiant” “Disrespectful” “Oppositional” “Disruptive” 🗣What might they REALLY be communicating with us? Let’s move from “what is wrong with you” to “what happened to you.”
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Andrew Hussey Sep 13
The answer to all of humanities problems lies in mans ability to have empathy
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Lidewij Niezink Sep 12
Not every challenge needs a . Part 2 of our series on , how it works, its benefits and how it differs from .
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Bruce Gearing Sep 9
I’m so happy I got to meet the teacher who started New Hope HS in a single Leander HS classroom all those years ago. I apologize for forgetting your name but I was impressed with the interaction I saw between you and one of your students
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LexploreUK Sep 14
How can we raise kind, intelligent children? The answer is simple: aloud to your child every day. Even if they can read, researchers have found that who are read to by their parents develop strong skills and a keen .
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TheNarcissistBox 11h
Many of my tweets are retweets- they belong to someone else- but my own tweets- I hope they gets passed around the world- I am on here to learn and share with other narc survivors.
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Leaders Today Coach 10m
Why to People You Disagree With - In an important talk about finding common ground, Zachary Wood makes the case that we can build and gain understanding by thoughtfully engaging with controversial ideas. To watch Ted Talk, CLICK here
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Helen Rook Sep 12
Here we go again, grant application submitted!! Now we wait Love working with the team here at and looking forward to collaboration with
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Anne Leighton 2h
. I have for folks that feel like this.
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TheNarcissistBox 19h
Whenever I lay down on the floor the cat gets nervous- she thinks I'm hurt. So beautiful animals have empathy.
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Heckstall@MJJ 19h
It was a pleasure to be with Greg Kaiser, principal of Holy Innocence this morning at the ALS walk that took place at Ga. St. Field.
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STOMusic Sep 14
Super composition work in J3 this morning. We have studied the ostinato rhythm from Holst's 'Mars' and the children have created their own polyrhythmic ostinato rhythms in response.
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Anita McKeague Sep 13
The week of 9/11, we focused on kindness and empathy. We read stories that inspired us to treat everyone with kindness. Students decorated each letter and are ready to be the "I" in "KIND".
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