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From the Kids' Table


Inspired by an image from Shorpy, 11/21

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From Appreciative Inquiry


We are sometimes truly (able) to see our life as positive, not negative, as made up of continuous willing, not of constraints and prohibition.

Mary Parker Follett

We are steadily forgetting how to dream; in historical terms, the mathematicist and technicist dimensions of Platonism have conquered the poetical, mythical, and rhetorical context of analysis. We are forgetting how to be reasonable in nonmathematical dialects.

Stanley Rosen 

March 14, 2018