Long distance learning

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Pay attention.
Be astonished.
Tell about it.

Sometimes – Mary Oliver

We never know when the lightning will strike.

The quote above is from a book of poetry published in 2008.

It was published on Instagram in 2013.

Someone picked up the image from Instagram in a blog post in 2016.

Someone re-blogged it last week.

I saw it the other day and was struck by the coincidence with Harold Jarche’s Seek Sense Share framework. Coincidence 2021.

Long distance learning isn’t just about location, it’s timebound. This is what paying it forward for yourself really means.

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