Monthly Archives: June 2010

There is only now…

Recently I saw the movie called Peaceful Warrior. This is no Academy Award winner, but the message in it is quite clear – “There is only now.” Every day we spend our moments planning, worrying, thinking about the past, the … Continue reading

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Are You Tapping Your Brain’s Potential?

In 1968 Pyotr Anokhin, student of Ivan Pavlov, published his research showing the minimum number of thought patterns the human brain could make is the number 1 followed by 10.5 million kilometers of typewritten zeros. It’s hard enough to wrap … Continue reading

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Song for Teachers

I stumbled on this song today and love the sentiment and the way it comes full circle. To all the great teachers out there, this one’s for you:

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Welcome!

Welcome to Four Circles Learning where you will find the latest information about learning, being, and doing good in the world. If you are an educator, librarian, or student of any kind, this is the place for you. Stay tuned … Continue reading

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