Thought Provoking Discussion Starters #49: Important Thoughts Inspired by Martin Luther King, Jr.
Every Friday, I’ll post thought provoking discussion starters. — On Monday, we celebrate the life and legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. I encourage you to discuss one or more of
Thought Provoking Discussion Starters #46: Wonderful Christmas Quotes!
Every Friday, I’ll post thought provoking discussion starters. — “One of the most glorious messes in the world is the mess created in the living room on Christmas day. Don’t clean
Prepare Lessons for Multiple Smarts – A Halloween Post Example
Every Wednesday, I’ll post about multiple intelligences so we can better understand children and why they do what they do. — Today’s Halloween. It’s tempting to post about it. Logic-smart people would
Thought Provoking Discussion Starters #13: Is April Fool’s Day Harmless?
I was going to post some quotes about April Fool’s Day, but I can’t. I don’t want any of us thinking about or discussing the quotes I found. Just a sad and disgusting perspective on people. Friends are worthy to be fooled. You can’t hurt anyone. You get the picture.
What do you think? Is April Fool’s Day harmless? …
Thought Provoking Discussion Starters #11: St. Patrick’s Day Edition – Can We Trust in Luck?
My Great Aunt Erna had an uncanny ability to find four-leaf-clovers. It was the strangest thing. The whole family would be at a park or an outdoor concert and she would look around where she was sitting and find one or more. The rest of us rarely found one. Many believe they bring good luck to the finder. I’m not sure that was the case with my Great Aunt.
In honor of her and tomorrow’s celebration of St. Patrick’s Day, here are some quotes about luck. Think about these questions as you read them: