Saturday, May 15, 2021


Today I'm going with friends to an event called "slabberday," where a man will be cutting logs into large slabs of wood. It is an annual event. In the meantime, this article about a young chess master is an important thing to read.

It concerns a young man proficient at chess, and suggests that we need to offer all children the advantages they need to succeed. The young chess master, in his wisdom says "I don't lose, I learn." And I ask "when will we learn?" that all children and parents need the opportunity to find success, not delivered on a platter or slab of wood, but that they work for and that's within reach.

Make, fix and create. Assist others in learning likewise.

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