You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view—until you climb into his skin and walk around in it. – To Kill A Mockingbird Harper Lee’s, To Kill A Mockingbird, has been a staple in the curriculum of English classes across the country. Set in the American south, Lee… Read more »
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Stress Storms She made landfall in Wilmington, North Carolina at 6 a.m. on Friday, September 14th. With winds reaching up to 85 miles an hour, she brought with her record amounts of rain and a huge storm surge, flooding coastal communities and inland rivers alike. She landed as a Category 1 Hurricane, turning into a… Read more »
“Knowledge results from the combination of grasping experience and transforming it” -D.A. Kolb Learning by way of experience is an idea that has existed for many years. Ancient philosopher, Confucius, believed that there are three methods for wisdom: reflection, imitation and experience. Founding father of the United States, Benjamin Franklin, once spoke the words: “Tell me… Read more »
If you’ve ever wanted a pet, you probably went to a shelter, pet store, pet rescue, or breeder. You probably knew exactly what you wanted; dog or cat, hamster or bunny. You also probably had a price point in mind, and factored in food and other necessities. It took you a long time, sitting down… Read more »
Do you feel that your marriage has lost its spark? Are you arguing more often with your spouse? Are you finding it difficult to communicate with each other? Have you tried everything from self-help books to counseling, but nothing seems to be working? Help from a horse may be exactly what you need to ignite… Read more »