Enjoying Failure and helping others

I am enjoying JK Rowling’s Harvard Commencement talk on failure.

(video copyright Harvard Magazine)

Failure isn’t fun, but it does build character.

Ms. Rowling also spoke of her work at Amnesty International reading letters from African torture victims including escorting people who had been tortured and even getting a hot drink for a person who had his mother tortured and executed for speaking out.

People refuse to not know about what people do to other people. Not good. We do touch other people’s lives by existing. We should all help to transform the world.

“But whoever disowns me before others, I will disown before my Father in heaven.” Matthew 10:33.

From the blog “https://usydstudentlife.wordpress.com/2015/03/13/becoming-unpopular-at-university/
“Silence is a form of complete disregard for the Gospel. It’s nothing short of apostasy”

God Bless the Human Race, please

Peter Grace

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Educational (R)evolution

I’d rather an Educational Revolution then an actual Revolution.

War is bad for children and other living things.

We are all  human beings and grandchildren.

Let’s remember the Golden Rule and think of our grandchildren. Better still, ask our public servants to think of the  grandchildren.

Hope for the best. Prepare for the worst.  And Debra Kidd is mostly right on about education.

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