This post is about the power of education in remote places around the globe, be it Africa or India or Australia or country villages in Mongolia or northern Germany, where the next High School is so far away, that students have to either walk for hours or ride by horse or stay in a hostel.
Where Education matters …
Posted on Wed 24 May 2023 by P H Bloecker
Read as well … NOTA BENE
Dan Brown ORIGIN
About AI and AGI
Michael Ondaatje THE ENGLISH PATIENT
About real love that never dies …
THE NAME OF THE ROSE | Il Nome Della Rosa | Anno Domini 1327 | Film with Sean Connery (William of Baskerville)
About reading and books
From the Gold Coast yours
I read nearly all his books and find this is a real MUST. Not because of the setting and the characters we know so well: More because of the plot and language, as sophisticated as we have known for so long. At the end Dan Brown sums up his research, and I find it overwhelming! Years of accurate research and a lot of help and support by many people and whole teams. The idea with old and overcome concepts of religions and the battle with science and artificial intelligence – I just loved it. And I take the message seriously: Dan Brown has published another good novel facing lasting questions of mankind and giving answers which the reader can digest or not – for me a lot of food thinking for myself. My congrats, Dan Brown.
To understand Schiller & Goethe and their friendship this is an easy intro into the world of Weimar and the 2 German Classics. Safranski is an avid reader and known via TV (ZDF) and while reading and digesting he writes his own books like a project, one by one. I read most of his books like about the German Romantics and his many biographies. Easy to understand and then the original texts you are interested in, one by one. Nietzsche and more …
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He was seriously injured before the war ended in 1945, so he survived and became a school teacher in different country schools living in the school building. He was teaching 9 year levels in one room only, after the war up to 60 children, many had fled from the Red Army with their parents in Prussia and East Prussia and lived in small shelters in small villages when the war had finally come to an end.
The Name of the Rose is a 1986 historical mystery film directed by Jean-Jacques Annaud, based on the 1980 novel of the same name by Umberto Eco. Sean Connery stars as the Franciscan friar William of Baskerville, called upon to solve a deadly mystery in a medieval abbey. Christian Slater portrays his young apprentice, Adso of Melk, and F. Murray Abraham his Inquisitor rival, Bernardo Gui. Michael Lonsdale, William Hickey, Feodor Chaliapin Jr., Valentina Vargas, and Ron Perlman play supporting roles.