China is the Wolf Reassuring the Sheep

You probably noticed some of the things in my coronavirus post were different from what you hear in the newspaper and on the news. Why is that? Different sources I read and listened to the same things you did, but having studied microorganisms and infectious diseases, I had questions. So I looked some more. What… Continue reading China is the Wolf Reassuring the Sheep

The Coronavirus Will Come For You

I am not an expert. I have taken courses on epidemiology (the science of studying the characteristics and spread of disease) and infectious diseases, and read extensively about human behavior and historical pandemics like the Spanish Flu of 1918 and the Plague. I am concerned about this new viral threat, and want to help you… Continue reading The Coronavirus Will Come For You

Mr. Rogers on Learning

A love of learning has a lot to do with learning that we're loved.Fred Rogers Could this be why homeschoolers like learning? Because, every day, through word and deed, they are reminded of how much they are loved? Source Rogers, Fred. You are Special: Words of Wisdom from America's Most Beloved Neighbor. New York: The… Continue reading Mr. Rogers on Learning

Before Trying to Change the World, Know This

Stop being led by the nose doing others' bidding. Go see the world through your own eyes, then decide how you fit into it.

Quote on Learning and Doing

The right way to think about any learning...is to think: what do I want to do.-Scott Young, author of Ultralearning: Master Hard Skills, Outsmart the Competition, and Accelerate Your Career, as heard on The James Altucher Show, episode 488, "How to Learn Anything Extremely Quickly" on September 12, 2019 Image by Александр Мартинкевич from Pixabay