- ... You re welcome, Bruce. Self-indulgence is a good way of describing the source of disconnect between teacher s priorities and students needs in thatMessage 1 of 53 , Jul 1, 2003View SourceNina:
> > LOL! That would have been an entertainingYou're welcome, Bruce. "Self-indulgence" is a good way of describing
> > study in full meditation (!), but no, she
> > would enter the asana briefly, but then stand or
> > sit as she yammered philosophy. :)
> I love that word, "yammer"
> -- it's right up there with
> "palaver" when used to
> describe what self-indulgent
> teachers tend to do! :-)
> Thanks, Nina!
the source of disconnect between teacher's priorities and students'
needs in that situation.
Now, I better go look up the word palaver. ;)
- ... Hi Dan: Always good to hear from you. If you decide to run for prez I will vote for you. Love Bobby G.Message 53 of 53 , Jul 15, 2003View Source
> You're welcome, and glad for the chuckle, Bobby.
> And yes, we must always keep in mind the
Always good to hear from you. If you decide to run for prez I will
vote for you.