Musings of a retired teacher
Ah yes - right livlihood. I don't know who looked happier the leader or the led. Thanks Dan - I'm still smiling.
We were all happy. I find happiness is unifying, contagious, and immeasurable. Happiness is a central value in my kindergarten, right up there with its companions, safety and metta (kindness).
ha! dan - there it is . . . the reason we do this . . . . moments of pure bliss shared in a safe, happy, loving space! have a peaceful day. steven
Steven, yes, exactly! Such happiness needs no reason: it's self-evident and fully self-sufficient. When you love what you do, when you follow your bliss, then you do what you love, and bliss follows you. Pure magic.
You're right - we did love seeing your work life.What a lot of joy in this short vid. Bravo!!
Thanks for stopping by, Reya. It makes me even happier to spread the joy outside the classroom.
Just lovely Dancha cha chaHappy days
Oh, yeah! That was great! That can't possibly be from this year, can it? The students know it so well! How lucky to be learning and feeling so carefree and confident at the same time! You're a great teacher, Dan!
Thanks, Delwyn. Cha! Cha!
Margaret,This year. In fact it's kind of raw right now. We sing A LOT in my room. This was filmed Thursday, 12 days into the school year. This particular song is new--we learned it just the day before and I videoed it so that the kids could practice at home with mom and dad. We'll rehearse it more and perform it for the whole school later this month.
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