Hopefully the day will come

– Son, I hope the weekend comes to read that book you like so much together. – I hope so, Dad. – Son, I feel like resting for a while. To stop this speed, to celebrate the birthday with your mother and make a big party for the three of us. I’d like to get out of the rut for a while and have more time for you and her. Hopefully the day will come when we can get up…

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Don’t teach your child emotional education

Don’t teach your child emotional education because he may question your opinions, his teachers’ opinions, and his classmates’ opinions. Don’t encourage him to say what he thinks or needs. Because you will have to listen to him and take him into account. And you will be driven to create alliances with him, instead of coming to his aid “you have to obey me because I am your father. Because I’m your mother.” Do not teach him to put a name…

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The 3 GIRLS and the Mississipi River

What if procrastinating was positive for you? Marga left the house, slamming the door. She thought of all she still had to do and how little she had done that morning. She had gotten up late, made breakfast, put all the clean dishes in their place and started to fold and put away the laundry that was piled up on the couch … “Another day of procrastinating when I should be writing my book.” Why am I behaving like this?”…

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Things they don’t teach you in school?

I have no special talent. I’m just passionately curious. Albert Einstein As soon as we entered the class, Oscar took off his jacket. He was soaked from head to toe. Like every day, he had arrived at the university an hour and a half early to take his place in class. It was a cold and rainy Tuesday in November. The university building was closed and he had to wait in the rain for them to open. Fifteen minutes later…

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Hunger games

My grandmother kept a blue tin box of Danish butter cookies in the pantry. It didn’t matter the day, time or time of year. Every time I went to visit her, she would take out a glass plate and the box of cookies. “Eat, child. You’re very skinny,” she told me. As I grew older, I realized that THAT was her way of telling me I LOVE YOU. Food still has the power to substitute words, questions, relationships, and silences.…

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Invent your future

If I remember correctly, childhood consisted of wanting what could not be achieved. (Audur Ava Ólafsdóttir) Physicist Michio Kaku says that we all have a moment of revelation about what we want to do in the future around 10 years. “Some Christmases they give us a microscope, a book about the cosmos, a box of watercolours, a computer, or we see something in a movie that moves us to the point of wanting to dedicate our lives to it.” In…

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Relearning to be happy

Julia has grown up in a family where happiness has to be earned with effort. And love too. In which you have to follow a path that society, the system or people who have even died have already established, and that in most cases have different values from Julia’s. She has learned that she has to be a good girl, sit in school like everyone else, without standing out too much. Her environment has instilled in her that she must…

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Maria – EP 4th and 5th years

I am very excited to be part of the great Arimunani family this coming year and while the moment arrives, I would like to introduce myself. My name is Maria and my passions are: my large family, working with children, traveling, art, geography and history, reading, music, the sea and the mountains. I like to work with my hands either with pencil and paper, clay and water, wood and sandpaper … enjoying every step of the process. I have worked…

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Antonia – EP 3rd year

My name is Antonia. I am a Primary School Teacher specialized in Music and English. I have also been teaching Science for a good number of years. I am married to the love of my life, with whom I have two human children and a bunch of furry ones. I love working with kids and I have been involved in education since I was 16 years old, working in informal education. Later I became a teacher. Before becoming part of…

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Sara – EP 1st and 2nd year

My name is Sara Vera. I am a psychologist and recently arrived from the United States, where I worked in a school for 5 years as a support teacher in the Special Education department. The experience was incredible and I loved my job, because there I discovered my passion for working with children in the field of education. Once back in Mallorca, my homeland, I dreamed of finding a school where I could give continuity to this experience and my…

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