As a child you are taught by many. Many of these people come and go so quickly you don’t remember their names. Proper posture, clear conversation, eye contact, physical contact, to name a few. But as you age you find yourself in someone else’s circular pattern of lessons. You meet so many people it is like a tight whirlwind of faces. Who did you teach today? Who will you reach tomorrow, and who will pass your lesson on to the next circle that surrounds most beings. Life flows in these circles, picking strangers along the way, hoping to keep diversity abundant.
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I am a newly published author. I have a series out, starting with Penelope, the first story about my great-niece. I have been an educator for most of my professional life. My goal is to publish my stories so that children can learn and love to learn. View all posts by Stine Writing