I grin. I was carrying out my family's legacy. One more damaging blow. I needed one more and my wings would match my family. But then I see you. Pure wings, Adorable smile. I leave, And you see me, and my wings. You frown. You walk up to me and stop me. "Why do you do that to yourself?" You ask. "What do you mean...?" I reply with a question. "Your wings. They're clearly black. Why do you want yourself to be like this?"
Wonder Wall - a place for children to catch their wonders... They can jot down their questions (or have you scribe them if they’re not yet writing), post them on the wall, & then when you have a better opportunity you can come back & find the answers. Using children’s own questions to explore a subject is a great way to encourage motivated learning (",)
base the ideas page on these words. - Jessica Durrant water colour - alexander korzer book -tony de mello . constantly ask why we see things the way we do, what we focus on, what the eye is drawn to and how we interpret things based on why.
Ugh, yes. It was probably the second word I ever spoke ("no" was my first, haha). As an adult, I get tripped up when ppl ask me questions because my initial response is, "why do you ask?" rather than an answer. I don't always understand the connections NTs make that prompt them to ask me "X". I don't like and sometimes can't answer a question unless I know WHY I'm being asked that question. I don't why I do that, so of course I've always been curious to know!