Tag Archives: Positivism

International Day of Happiness!

We may witness many countries going beyond the rhetoric of quality of life to incorporate practical measures to promote twin concepts of happiness and well-being in their legislation and policy-making.  These good practices can inspire other countries so that measuring … Continue reading

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A boy named Lou

Normally I do not mix work and private life. But today I do have to make an exception.  At the airport in Brussels, a few weeks ago, I encountered an interesting blind boy who has de Morsier syndrome or Septo-optic … Continue reading

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Passion and burn out of a teacher

If teachers have the passion, they would strive to grab students‘ attention and produce a fruitful lesson regardless of the noise. Curriculum The curriculum describes what students are expected to learn and offers the promise of a similar education for … Continue reading

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Alternative four letter words

“Impressions~ of what comes to my mind” posted by tvaraj in Food for Thought, brought some interesting posting of photographer Russel Ray to the attention. Russel Ray seems to have had a wise grandmother, like so many of our generation did. Often they were the … Continue reading

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