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  1. It takes tremendous confidence and belief in oneself to actively try to make a difference to those around us, but you’re right. We can, and so can our students. Great video find, George!

  2. Faige Meller

    What an important reminder, a George. It’s the little things that mean so much to someone. Video really hits home

  3. I totally agree with this perspective George and really want to share this with my teachers and students this year. I know Darren Kuropatwa has also been focusing on discussions about “citizenship” rather than anti-bullying… Discussing how we make contributions, not just a series of “you can’t do this” messages.

  4. Maruja

    Me parece bello, cualquiera lo comprende y se anima a enseñarles a otros la forma adecuada de ser, vivir y compartir. George, I agree with you. I will share.

  5. Wśród Roślin Medycznych można w takim przypadku odkryć te, które w imponujący tryb oddziaływają na przemianę materii, nastrajają przemianę materii, dlatego też uważane są za niezmiernie pomocne w ciągu używania wszelkiego rodzaju diet odchudzających, najlepiej zaopatrzonym punktem sprzedaży jest http://www.lekiznatury.pl. W rzeczy samej jest też szereg innych ziół jak na przykład te, które są używane w lecznictwie oraz w aromaterapii.

  6. Amy Stephenson

    The video says it all. There are no need for words. Words would only muddle the message. Great choice.

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