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Teachers' Day: Questions For Those Who Teach Do you know your students? Have you walked from his hand in the paths of their dreams? Have you found when knocked on your door, urged by despair, or driven by the longing to share their difficulties with someone? Did you say yes when I asked for some time to pour into his life some of your wisdom or your infinite capacity to give affection? Do you recognize him as a transit passenger to glory or consider one more in the long procession of men without hope that target at the horizon hopelessly confused of anonymity? Do you think your job as a challenge to your ability every day makes the master or judge as a freak accident in your life? Do you enjoy the questions for which you do not find an answer or you get frustrated when you feel that those people who intend to teach can learn more than you? You see in every event in the history an opportunity to learn and to teach a lesson? Do you take any reading with the eyes of master and read while you think about way they apply to your students? Do you miss your everyday space of the classroom, laboratory and class when you're dedicated to other tasks? Would you be willing to decline any tempting offer if it meant you give your disciples? Are you ready to build new worlds each day where love of neighbor is not a fantasy and the welfare of the people are not just imaginary? Do you believe in humankind and its infinite potential to improve and close to perfection? Your faith is enough to believe that seemingly impossible can build worlds where love prevails over hatred, the bitterness and affection on the appreciation of the resentment? Have you thought about whether...
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Holidays In Barbados - A Tropical Paradise ! There is a tiny Caribbean island called Barbados. Like the Bahamas, Barbados has become one of the favorite places of the most successful people in the world. And if the Bahamas is selected fans screaming luxury, live entertainment and ultra-modern infrastructure, a holiday in Barbados attracts quite different: quiet quiet beaches framed by lush tropical nature, low prices and extraordinary culture. Here, all the locals in the shower - Indians, but the whole lifestyle of the island arranged according to the old British tradition: Five-a-shred, cricket, golf, horse riding and Sunday . Let's take a closer look at the map of Barbados: St. James City to the west of the island in ancient times figuratively called "platinum coast", or because of the color of the sea in the area, whether because of the large amount of platinum, which pirates thrown, not counting this precious metal. District of Christ Church in the south is home to tourism in the Caribbean. The best beaches are located in Rockley, Worthing. Visit the restaurants and entertainment venues in the St. Lawrence-HepB and Oystins, take a deep-sea diving in the St. Peter to amazingly beautiful coral reefs. East of the country before the historic centers of Barbados - Holetown cities and Speystaun. Here also are the famous gardens of orchids, by which Barbados is also called island orchid plantation and Saint Nicolas Abbey. Barbados - the birthplace of cigars and a great rum, which has dozens of varieties and hundreds of flavors. Much of the history of Barbados tells its capital - Bridgetown. This is London in miniature. There is Trafalgar Square, a monument to Nelson, the House of Parliament and royal gardens. Britons still think native Barbados and go here as well as the Russian - in the Crimea. Although tours to Barbados give...