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Nothing New Under the Sun…Yet

It is well known in the field of literature that the same few themes recur in the human drama of life regardless of the time in which the people live. Good versus evil, sibling rivalry, unrequited love, the hero’s journey … Continue reading

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All Creativity Builds on What Came Before…

“The student is not an isolated force. He belongs to a great brotherhood, bears great kinship to his kind. He takes and he gives. He benefits by taking and he benefits by giving.” These words clarify a feeling I myself … Continue reading

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