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It will be better if I don't worry about the future." ••Mr': "It's hard because some- times I have to work and work and sometimes I think I'll never finish/ 7 Why do we place children in groups according to their ages? " 12 "I have never let my schooling interfere with my education."— Mark Twain "If we can all believe in the way education is happening, then it's a joy. These teachers don't want us to listen to them because good citizens must learn to respect authority, but because we might find just one insight, one day, that would help us see ourselves a little more clearly. The only accessible footing was a wobbly clump of roots. I hate being embarressed and I didn't relish looking like a fool draped in river weeds. Then I looked at my friend with outstretched arms, ready to help.
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They need good food, good parents, dental care, fun and relaxation. But there are so many of them and there is only one of me. But as long as I can remember the questions, maybe I don't need answers.
(I had no personal desire to jump to that root, but someone I loved and trusted had tried it, and found some worth in it.) When someone you care for, and share feelings of trust and respect with, shows you something you might benefit from, you are willing to try because you are not afraid of failing. People learn because of a natural desire, through the aid and encouragement of someone they know well enough to respect. If you don't know your teacher, how can you trust and respect him? A newly formed organization of student government such as the Senate will undoubtedly grow, change, and improve under criticism such as this.
If you don't respect him, why should you risk failure by trying something new? But let us not fail to encourage the fresh new ideas, ambition, spirit, and hard work that have formed the Senate, and will hopefully continue to support it.