Re: [Meditation Society of America] question: meditation suited to temperment
> ******** I used to run a computer school for kids and ended upThat is fantastic, Judi. And yes, the computer is a wonderful source of
> specializing in kids with ADD. Using the educational computer games
> for learning to read helped them significantly in bringing them up to
> speed with their classmates. The games were able to hold their
> attention. My living and dining room I turned into a classroom filled
> with computers where kids would come after school. It was a lot of
> fun. It got very popular and I was packed with kids after school.
learning for them. They seem to have a unique potential for concentration
on such activities. And as they learn, the frustration level drops
significantly. I can vividly picture your living and dining room filled with
computers and children. A lot of love in those two rooms. Thanks so much
for sharing that.
********* Yes, and success breeds success. I always found working with kids
very fun and worthwhile. All brats the bunch! :-)
hehehe......Did I tell you that I work as a school nurse with a preschool
program. Those little ones......never a dull moment....It's a special place
to be with children.
I'll remember those words....."All brats the bunch".....so true.....<g>
- --- In email@example.com, "judirhodes" <judirhodes@z...> wrote:
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, wrmspirit@a...what a day! The Jiving Reverend
> > In a message dated 4/30/2003 7:30:31 AM Pacific Daylight Time,
> > judirhodes@z... writes:
> > > ********** I might have some good news for you Norma, depending
> > > where you live of course, but 18 is the legal age in this country
> > > when you can kick them out of the house! :-)
> > >
> > > Sheesh! :-)
> > >
> > > Judi
> > <gg>..No one to boot from over here.....but on a day to day basis,
> > excellent advice, in general, and I have no doubt more teens are
> aware of the
> > legality of that specific age, than are parents.
> > From a broader picture all things come and go in accord with
> motion, both
> > actively and passively, no matter how much importance is placed
> > 'assuming' the role of facilitator. With that out of the way it is
> nice to
> > know that what is free to visit, is also free to leave.
> > Norma
> ****** OK, whatever you say Norma. :-) You don't mind if I start
> calling you "Wordsalad Norma" do you?
names normal people
> Seriously, do you ever listenget that "mirror" HighCow up and
> to the shit that comes out of your mouth? :-)
watch the shit flow from your mouth
> You been smokin some shit or what? :-)