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“The kids are alright.”

mujer coqueteando a hombre I think I love this saying more than the average person. Maybe it’s because I’ve spent the majority of my life working with kids. Maybe it’s because I’ve had great students. Or maybe it’s because 50% of my community worldwide are kids. Or maybe it’s really because I know this sentence is so full of hard, beautiful truth.

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Trees are sanctuaries.

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http://armor-deck.net/edikpedik/6086 “We always have a choice about how we react.”

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