Paula Lydon wrote:
~~We all know the saying, "When the student is ready, the teacher/master will appear". Who believes that? Have you experienced it personally? Not paying dues at a dojo and going to classes; not the cosmic 'everyone is my teacher'. Or am I being too literal? Or did I completely miss the meaning? Ultimately I feel that I'm the teacher. Do or have I met myself?
~~I understand that I'm rambling off into weird here (been a long week at work and it's only Wednesday) but would be interested in your thoughts
"When the student is ready.." - with the appropriate questions..
"The teacher/master will appear.." - reflection of oneself (??)
How you come across some exercises in workbook for pre-schoolers or 1st graders? You suppose to match pictures on one column to pictures on another. In my experience, there were time when I saw a situation or a set of movements and, click, I saw a link to a question that I had been pondering on before. My point is that when we are trying real hard to find answer, it will never come and when we have given up, the answer will come as long as we still have that question in the back of our minds. Hope you see what I'm trying to relate here. If not, treat it my weird thought from stress of facing the tax auditors sitting next door
Still creating the questions..