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N.W.O in our children's schools

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#31    Mikko-kun



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Posted 08 February 2013 - 01:07 AM

That's just a matter of time. The best way to learn things is the hard way. You know, I think I knew more about how people worked when I was a kid than now in my thirteens... my 55-year old co-worker still calls me a teen though :D . What doesn't kill you can be a very insightful experience. It's not bad being crazy, weird and all, as long as you have a good sense of what you need in this world and reality. I'm still a kid too in many levels, and I see a lot of people my age and older who are like me, except that some of them try to repress their kid side and it leaks out uncontrollably. It's best that you learn to be in charge of yourself in ups and downs, even if taking support from others can be a good thing.

Wherever there's a problem, there's solutions.
Answers are found from a wide deep perspective, from opened mind's eyes.
From where good and bad stay silent and you hear the real cause and effect, and big picture.
Giving up is wasting your time, but also necessary to find the true cause you didn't find yet.
Staying in the path is necessary only when there's trueness in that path.

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Posted 08 February 2013 - 03:32 AM

It sounds like a perfect opportunity for your eighth grader to learn that some people in this world have an agenda.  And even teachers aren't always right.

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