For as long as I can remember I have been a wonderer. Everything makes me wonder, everything makes me marvel at the ability of nature to renew itself and flourish in the face of many adversities. To be a wonderer, you have to notice things, not just the normal things but the seemingly insignificant things that others ignore. Wonderers not only notice the same things that others notice, but they also notice the little stuff, like a dandelion popping up, forcing its way through a crack in a sea of concrete on a bridge abutment on a scorching hot summer day without another dandelion in sight, surrounded by concrete. I wonder where it got the idea to try to “be” in such an unlikely and seemingly unfriendly environment.
I have found your blog few days ago. Your articles have surprised me, due to your clarity and depth. In your writings I have found a lot of likeness with some of my experiences. Thanks to You I am refining some of my knowledge and learning new and valuable knowledge. Many years ago, I discovered that if I was devoted hotly to study a topic, it arrived to me a lot of new and useful information that enriched my knowledge a lot about that topic. They seemed incredibly casual facts, but I concluded understanding that in fact they were causal. Thanks to that way of obtaining kowledge y have been able to be very capable in my profession. Now I am coming closer to a stage of my life in which I want to increase my inne growth. Another time, Thank You! Emilio José Fleckenstein from Argentina
I cannot thank you enough in words as words cannot express the depth I feel..
THANK YOU FROM THE BOTTOM OF MY HEART..for all those words that feels so good in my HEART..
YOU ARE A GREAT TEACHER!!
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