Monthly Archives: September 2017

Babar: Enchanting Elephant Story

Esteemed Readers, I wish to go on a bit an elephant theme, so precious to me :-), & to tell you about Babar. However, many of you should be familiar with this amazing elephant. If be more precise, with a … Continue reading

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Simple People Doing Great Deeds II: Elephant Orphanage by Daphne Sheldrick

I learned about this amazing place thanks to my budgie Gregory, who never missed a chance to watch programs, cartoons & movies about elephants. I guess he has considered elephants there to have been his blue friend Peter’s family. 🙂 … Continue reading

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Sphinx Asks Riddles II

Esteemed Readers, I offer you another 17th century riddle. At the end of the post I finally publish the right answer to the previous Sphinx’s riddle. Good luck! In Kings’ palace where luxury reigns any feast & game of the Court … Continue reading

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To Silent Blog Followers

‘Here lies the follower who’ll never read this post. He is here forever dead’. * When all the pleasures & joys of first long-expected followers are over, when blogging becomes a part of daily routine, sometimes even boring to death, … Continue reading

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Victims of General Education

I wonder why the 1st September hasn’t become yet an official celebration of John Amos Comenius, the author of “The Great Dedactic”, & the father of schooling as we know it. Without doubts his approach & the method were very … Continue reading

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