Let me just start by saying that this isn’t a failure post like I promised – however, some small degree of personal disaster was involved, so I hope that will do for now.
I’ve been watching some of the IATEFL tweets and happened upon this one by the lovely and fast-tweeting Sandy Millin on “preparing for spontanaeity” from a talk by Adrian Underhill and Alan Maley (you can read a great summary of the whole talk here):
Although I was reading this out of context – and there is a slide that follows on as well – this immediately struck me as pretty good advice, not just for teachers, but for anyone. It seems to me to be essentially a lesson in…
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We, all of us are busy living our own life to get a good look at another’s. And sadly its completely understandable. Because if one doesn’t look out for oneself who will?
Its just the way life has become. Its just WHO we have become.
Yes, even we the so-called “believers”. We don’t put others before us. How then can we with any honesty claim to put Christ above all?
You’re looking good? Have you lost weight? You’re looking taller too!
Lost weight? Looking taller? Nothing at all!!
But you’re looking great! Fallen in love?
Love! I’m completely out of love… ‘I’ll never fall in love again!’
Mental PS to myself- 😉 lol!!
I hate you
Because I love you
With a love
I can not help
My love so true
So strong and pure
It engulfs me whole
Still leaves me hollow
What do I know
Of romantic love?
The love you
Profess for me?
What do I know
Of world’s draped ways?
Of acting in
The expected way?
I just love
An honest heart.