I’m no Van Gogh. I have both 👂. But I love a good communal 🎨. With my collegial krewe, we paint and pass the time.
I'm spilling the tea with @yang2010who gifted me with some warm bubble tea.
Do you celebrate the Lunar New Year? What do you do?
If you want to teach philosophy to young people, start with some of Plato's myths, as recounted in his book The Republic. The most potent myth from Plato is the Allegory of the Cave. It's such a vivid metaphor for illustrating a specific type of search for truth — that your students will get it right away and not only enjoy reading the source material with you, but they'll surprise you with their takes on the narratives and connections to the real world.
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|Fedex delivered a king cake in a box|
from Gambino's Bakery in New Orleans.