I’ve come across a few really cool jewels of wisdom in my online travels this week. I wanted to share them with you.
This week’s contributers are,
Reverend Run (of Run-DMC.) – he posts inspirational Tweets each and every day.
Calvin – runs a great blog where he shares what he finds online.
Nothing Profound – doesn’t post often but his posts are filled with great aphorisms.
Bubbabrain – shares useful links and resources for teachers
“When you end a hurtful relationship, throw away the key! We have a tendency to re-open doors that need to remain SHUT!”
“A man went in search of one perfect moment. The price he had to pay was the rest of his life.”
“News used to come too late; now it comes too early.”
“You really shouldn’t say ‘I love you’ unless you mean it. But if you mean it, you should say it a lot. People forget.” – Jessica, age 8
“Great teachers tend to set big goals for their students. They also perpetually look for ways to improve their effectiveness.”
I really need to start adding these collected jewels into my commonplace book. I haven’t been doing so because I have been sharing them on Twitter. However posts on Twitter get quickly buried and they don’t seem to be easily searchable. So perhaps once a week or so, I can quickly collect my favourite tweets into a post here. Sounds like a solution.