Monday, November 5, 2012

tweets nov 5

Child's i Foundation (@childsi)
11/5/12 5:41 AM
Across Uganda kids are sitting their examinations right now. Check out @DailyMonitor story about one orphan

At Nobel’s Junior Naguru, Zam Nantume, 14, said she was prepared for today’s papers and is optimistic she will make it with four aggregates. But as the rest of Primary Seven candidates were getting ready for today’s papers, some schools and parents were planning to engage in malpractice.
schooling the world..

Nilofer Merchant (@nilofer)
11/5/12 5:42 AM
Only us. beyond republican and democrat.…

There is a Native American parable that goes something like this:
A Cherokee chief was teaching a young man about life. “There is a fight going on inside of me,” he said. “There are two wolves. One is full of rage, vengefulness, jealousy, and hate. The other is full of kindness, wisdom, and humility.” “Which wolf will win?” wondered the young man. “The one I feed,” said the old chief.

sandymaxey (@sandymaxey)
11/5/12 5:40 AM
More creative, more resourceful, and swirly even. RT @pattidigh what is in your way is part of the

We live in a house of books.
 Today, I started making photos of the shelves
 because I am giving almost all of them away by the end of the year.
And half my clothing.
 And everything that weighs me down.
Freedom is not overcoming what you think stands in your way.
It is understanding that what is in your way is part of the way. Guy Finley
and then: (and the photo with this one.. )

I snagged this quote and this photograph from the Internet.   
They were posted separately, but I think they go together. 
  So many times when we are forced to grow 
in ways other than a straight line, 
we come out better.  
More creative, more resourceful, and swirly even.  
It is true.  

ktenkely (@ktenkely)
11/4/12 9:42 PM
Holy cow. Moleskin has an Evernote smart notebook. This is life