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Prompt: My Definition of Flangiprop

My Definition of the Word Flangiprop, in response to Daily Prompt: Flangiprop! Flangiprop means to refine the rough edges of character, attitude or behaviour. Flagipropping is only achievable by disciple. To be flangipropped means to have been disciplined in a … Continue reading

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Teaching, Learning, Society And Philosophy Of Life

If teaching is the promotion of learning, the art of impacting knowledge, a process of inducing learning or the process by which a teacher guides learners in the acquisition of knowlege, skills and attitudes, while philosophy is the sum of … Continue reading

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Life: Things That I Love

Things That I Love I love to think, because thinking makes me to understand myself and relate with myself better. I love to talk, because talking is the easiest way to express my thoughts to the nearest person to me. … Continue reading

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Socrates

Originally posted on Contemplating The Human Direction:
I find it counterintuitive that mankind subjects young children to a framework or education system based on the premise that the adults know what they should be teaching these clean slates. ┬áIf the…

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Words Mean Much

Sometimes I’m a poet, sometimes I’m a philosopher, sometimes I’m just a narrator; pouring out my heart and my experiences. It’s not about the genre of literature neither is it the length or style of my write-ups. It’s much more … Continue reading

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