Making Peace with My Personal Black Hole of Uncertainty: “That’s a Good One”

Every classroom I’ve had the honor to teach in has been a black hole for the Internet.  I ask my colleagues if they’re having problems with the Internet? “Nope.” Look to the left of my classroom and to the right. “Problems?” “Problems?” “Nope.” “Nope.” My tech friend just scratches his head, befuddled by why this is … Continue reading Making Peace with My Personal Black Hole of Uncertainty: “That’s a Good One”

Making Peace with the Black Holes of Uncertainty: “That’s a Good One”

Every classroom I’ve had the honor to teach in has been a black hole for the Internet.  I ask my colleagues if they’re having problems with the internet? “Nope.” Look to the left of my classroom and to the right. “Problems?” “Problems?” “Nope.” “Nope.” My tech friend just scratches his head, befuddled by why this is … Continue reading Making Peace with the Black Holes of Uncertainty: “That’s a Good One”

Coping With Trauma by William Klein

The act of birth itself is traumatic. We enter from a womb of comfort and security into a bold, daunting and dissonant, chaotic, hurried fluorescent lit world – bloodied and wet, sticky, being handed from one to another and relying on multiple sensibilities to hold a frantic awareness calmly, serenely with understanding and poignant culpability.  … Continue reading Coping With Trauma by William Klein