Posts Tagged ‘Reading’
Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882) was a Harvard-educated lecturer who penned many an essay and poem.
Me reading one of my favorite passages from Emerson’s Self Reliance Essay, written in 1841.
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(PRWEB) December 30, 2004
Biologically, boys are slower to develop than girls and often struggle with reading and writing skills early on. How then, to get our boys reading and improving their literacy? Author Teresa Saari offers these 10 tips:
1. Use adventure books and fantasty books with visual appeal.
2. Get dad to go to the library with his son.
3. Read aloud with expressions and humour.
4. Read at a moderate pace, not too fast. Listening is a challenge for many children, take time to enjoy any illustrations.
5. Dads, get your son to write a weekly book report with an attractive reward such as pizza.
6. Start small using comics, magazines and newspapers.
7. Encourage your school to start a Book club for boys with a cool name.
8. Feel free to stop and discuss the book if you and your listener want to.
9. Keep in mind that children can look restless and still be listening. Some children need to be moving around or fidgeting with something. Let them squirm or even draw pictures as they listen.
10. If your child is not enjoying a book, you are not obliged to finish it. You don’t want to abandon a book quickly, but if a book has not sparked interest after several sessions, try another one.
Getting the boys to interact on the stories is a crucial step. “Try asking a science-oriented question about the story” Saari suggests. “Ask him what he would you do in the same situation.”
Saari has just completed her second book, “Dager of the Tasman Empire”. Dager is the story of a little boy who at the age of three, was stolen from his family and sold to a wicked hag. By the age of five, he begins to wonder if his recurring dreams of magical far away lands full of happiness, love and family are only dreams, or actual memories. Will Dager ever find out the truth? Saari is also the author of “Imogene of The Pacific Kingdom”.
Autographed copies of her books are available at http://www.teresasaari.com. The books can be ordered from Amazon, Trafford or bookstores across Canada.
About Teresa Saari: As a child, author Teresa Saari spent days on end reading fantasy and fairy tale stories. The Saari family lives near Edmonton, in Alberta, Canada. Teresa devotes a lot of her time promoting the novel in bookstores, libraries and schools. She has been featured on CTV and radio across Canada.
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Is it possible to read auras from regular photos? Rose Rosetree has taught thousands to do this worldwide, and would love to teach you. Here she explains about the three levels of energetic literacy. Full literacy is a basic survival skill for this third millennium. Increase your confidence at reading chakra databanks, gifts, and STUFF.
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All these killcams were recorded in public matches and were not in anyway setup. I do not upload these killcams to show off skill. They are meant for your enterntainent.
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Reading aura can be a fun and exciting line of work to get into. Everyone’s aura changes color at any given time depending on what they are doing, what is going on around them and the situations they are involved with.
Here are the basic color and meanings with each below to help explain a bit more on reading aura colors:
Red: This is the densest color and creates the most friction. This color deals with money worries or obsessions; anger or non-forgiveness; anxiety or nervousness.
Orange: This deals with vitality, vigor, good health and excitement. It is suggestive of energy and stamina, creative, productive, adventurous, courageous, outgoing social nature; currently experiencing stress related to appetites and addictions.
Yellow: TIt is the color of awakening, inspiration, intelligence and action shared, creative, playful, optimistic, easy-going.
Green: It is a very comfortable, healthy color of nature.
When seen in the aura this usually represents growth and balance, and most of all, something that leads to change.
Blue: It is suggestive of cool, calm, and collected issues, along with caring, loving, sensitive, and intuitive.
Indigo: This color is suggestive of intuition, sensitive, and deep feeling.
Violet: The most sensitive and wisest of colors. This is the intuitive color in the aura, and reveals psychic power of attunement with self.
Black: This color draws or pulls energy to it and in so doing, transforms it. It captures light and consumes it.
White: This color relates to other energy. A pure state of light. It is suggestive of spiritual issues, etheric and non-physical qualities, transcendent, and higher dimensions.
There are many other colors your aura can shown as well as variations of these colors, such as turquoise is a color combination of blue and green and relates to different meanings.
I have explained the 7 main colors on the visual spectrum as well as black and white as these are the major ones that are shown in an aura reading.
Other colors can be shown as well such as gold, silver, lavender, as well as variations of the above mentioned 7 main colors.
I hope this helps you with your aura reading development and if you have any questions feel free to contact me.
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My Scottish accent isn’t genuine, this is just my impression. The pronunciations are anglicised to make it more intelligible to those who are not Scottish. If you want to hear an authentic Scottish version try here: www.bbc.co.uk Holy Willie’s prayer may be the best satirical poem ever written. It was about a hypocrite called Willie Fisher who righteously condemned others for for their sins when he was no better than they. “Holy Willie” is a common expression in Scotland for somebody who is overly religious without tolerance or humour. From what Willie says we can deduce that he’s a Calvinist. Calvinism follows the doctrines of St. Augustine, who held that we are all totally depraved and will not go to Heaven if we behave well in this life – nor to Hell if we behave badly. We cannot know why God chooses to save some and damn others. We’re all guilty anyway because we inherited the sin from Adam. “Old Man Praying” was by Rembrandt Vin Rijn (1606-1669)