Sunday, November 30, 2014

Maleficent Lesson

Maleficent - Saw it, ♥ it. Repeated 3 times to be sure. 

The point, the evil queen's curse in and of itself ensured that she herself would love the child; and it unwittingly and/or intentionally assured her vengeance was directed at the rightful target. In and of her own doing, it turned her from the villain into the hero we cried and cheered for, as she was glorified in becoming free again from the ties that had grounded her. 

The Lesson, is that people who hurt others create their own torments; always fearful that "you" will one day be back for them. They never experience true joy in their madness to vilify the victim. 

The Choice, as the victim, we want justice and seek vindication. When it's not delivered, we make mistakes. But reclaiming "you" can be found in the most unlikely places; because of the choices you make. You weren't wrong - you were wronged.  And the most horrible things can be put behind you and you will mend, maybe not this week or the year after.  But most assuredly, if you look for humor and joy like Maleficent "you" will again soar to incredible heights - never really having lost what makes you uniquely, "you."   

Kudos to Disney's -
Linda Woolverton, the Writer who cried through it all. 

Dive a little deeper - the answers are out there. 

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Friday, November 21, 2014

A Highschool Educational Exchange Year

Khurshid once said; "In international relations, in foreign policy, a great deal has to do with historical circumstances, a great deal has to do with the sense and perception of people."

The Schuman's are helping to change the sense and perception of people everyday, by introducing them to students from around the world. By hosting students from other countries, you play a part in  international relations with historical changes in the perception others have. 

Keep Asking Questions 

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Saturday, November 8, 2014

Meeting Belle

Filling in for the Head Fairy is Nicole of Southern New Hampshire Kids and her daughter Charlotte who wanted to learn more about 

And Found that sometimes, you can't take people at Face Value, you have to dig a little deeper and ask more questions. 

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Sunday, November 2, 2014

Meeting with Elsa!

Filling in for the Head Fairy is Nicole of Southern New Hampshire Kids and her daughter Bridget who simply wanted to meet 
Queen Elsa.

Moms & Dads encouraging their Children to:

Be daring, be different, be impractical, be anything that will assert integrity of purpose and imaginative vision against the play-it-safers, the creatures of the commonplace, the slaves of the ordinary.
~Cecil Beaton~

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