The beauty of the love of continued learning and of expanded knowledge is that it allows us to reach our God-given potential in ways far beyond our beliefs and the beliefs of others. Rev. Dr. Regina Davis-Sowers Written for the One-Liner Wednesdays Challenge from Linda G. Hill.
My first semester of graduate school has ended with me earning the grade of A+ in two classes and a A in the third class. Not bad for a 70-year-old with a wonky memory! Thankfully, because I was able to convince the one professor who gave multiple-choice exams to allow me to write essays instead,... Continue Reading →
I've been accepted into the Master of Art in Religious Studies program at the university where I earned my other three degrees. I believe in life-long learning. This is a dream and a miracle, because I am going to college without having to pay tuition or fees! I will pay for my books under a... Continue Reading →
The beauty of the love of continued learning and expanded knowledge is that it allows us to reach our God-given potential in ways far beyond our own beliefs and the expectations of others. Written for the One Liner Wednesday, January 6, 2021 from Linda G. Hill.
It's difficult to remain stoic as Intelligence ceases to be sought. Sad to see book leaves go unturned, And find that no one wants to be taught. I've a cacoethes to give knowledge, A quality education is what I bring. But it's tiresome to have to prod Someone to want to learn many things. They... Continue Reading →
I must learn how to balance my love of writing my blog and a job. I know tens of thousands of you do it every day, but as always, I tend to obsess over getting the teaching right. Therefore, it takes up a lot of my time, even though I only teach two courses. Yet,... Continue Reading →
This blogging idea has stressed me out, and admittedly, it may be because I have such high expectations for everything I do. I am thankful for the followers that we have, and I want to justify their faith in my talents by learning to blog well. The reason I began a blog was that I... Continue Reading →