Tag: Carl G. Jung

  • Trying to clear my head

    Bird Droppings September 20, 2011 Trying to clear my head “The hands will solve a mystery that the intellect has struggled with in vain.” Carl G. Jung I have been a fan of Carl Jung for some time. Many teachers know some children will learn so much faster when the hands are engaged as well […]

  • Problems are often misunderstood explanations

    Bird Droppings April 20, 2011 Problems are often misunderstood explanations “Although you may understand the explanations, if you are still suffering because of problems, you clearly do not understand the true nature of your mind, your body, and your senses.” Lama Zopa Rinpoche, Transforming Problems Into Happiness Every day I deal with numerous issues among […]

  • Finding Soul in looking at Curriculum

    Bird Droppings April 1, 2011 Finding Soul in looking at Curriculum There is something about the first light on a spring morning and trying to discern how many different birds are singing and calling back and forth waking up. Today was a rough one seems my arthritis in my shoulders is acting up and it […]

  • Can we change things?

    Bird Droppings March 13, 2011 Can we change things? It has been a rather long day with a drive to Colombia South Carolina to look at snakes and lizards and such at a reptile show with two of my sons. Eight hours in the car and taking pictures of King Cobras and Eye lash vipers […]

  • A surgeon general, holy man, medicine man and a psychologist

    Bird Droppings January 2, 2011 A Surgeon General, Holy Man, Medicine Man and Psychologist “Life affords no greater responsibility, no greater privilege, than the raising of the next generation.” Dr. C. Everett Koop 1916 – Author, Teacher, former Surgeon General of the United States, and former head of Pediatric surgery at the Children’s Hospital in […]