This is a 16 minute video – quite long by standards but I was compelled to listen to the whole thing. Here's why:
Usually, I shirk from worldly news and happenings because it's awful depressing: War, violence and unhappiness. I withdraw from a world view and look to hold inspiration and positivity within my local view – within what my life actually touches. This choice helps me maintain a positive perspective.
However, this man has helped me – for the first time – broaden my perspective and see the world view in a positive perspective. Thank you!
Now, how can we move past all this horrible taxing? [Sigh.]
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We're looking for the funniest "censored" photo that didn't actually require censoring! There is no picture so innocent that it can't be made to look absolutely filthy with the addition of one of those black "censored" bars.
I'm not dead – just busy with work (a good thing!) so I've been taking a break from G+. Hope everyone is doing well and enjoying the warm early spring weather here in the US ~ and hope the weather is awesome for my friends who are in other countries throughout the world.
Now, they're opening up their talks to 10 minute lessons. Love it!
If you are a teacher or animator or know of a teacher or animator who would be interested in sharing these inspiring lessons, check out the video that +Google Students shared below. I'm thinking of volunteering for animation, but am a little intimidated!
"A permanent initiative, TED-Ed harnesses the talent of the world's best teachers and visualizers, extending great lessons beyond a single classroom to anyone with internet access.
In the first stage of this initiative, TED-Ed launches a new education channel on YouTube today. It offers up original video content that marries the talent of great teachers with top animators to bring concepts like neuroscience to life in in short videos, typically 5 minutes long. The channel is part of the youtube.com/edu offering – a collection of half a million educational videos – available in many schools as well as to the public online."