Lilian Strous

Apeldoorn, Netherlands

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Lilian Strous
Posted almost 4 years ago
Have you ever lost something you thought to be irreplaceable, only to find it wasn't?
I once had a glass that belonged to my favo grandma, she used it every day to enjoy her eggnog. It was the only material piece of her I had and I was attouched to it. My kids were playing with a bal in the livingroom and the glass was broken. O well..... Was my only thougt and it didnt change my memory at all. material things you owned and lost are not important: they served you for a purpose. Family and friends you have known and lost: its oke, they are still in your memory. The only thing I don't want to loose are my children, they are the once that are not replacable (and yes I know I don't own them).
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Lilian Strous
Posted over 4 years ago
Ali Carr-Chellman: Gaming to re-engage boys in learning
i dont agree and do agree on you comment. Let me explain: I do believe that the violence of some games can unrealize the vision for some youngsters of what is normal in real life. they can loose track of what is normal behavior. Question: is making games more educational to get closer to youngsters an answer? i would say it can hep to get closer. Non-real life is just in the beginning, isnt stoppeble in my opinion, so a good way to try to reach them and stay connected with boys who are growing up. I do agree with Ali that there are too many woman that teach 4 - 12 years old, more man in that sort of education. i myself work in healthcare, i work with double handicapted people: 13 man and 15 "moms" to take care for them, how wrong is that and why are they sometimes so violant? Duhh, not a hard question to answer..... So, to complete: more man in healthcare and more man in schools. Why are they not there? Bad payment, so up with the salaries! If that not helps: Ali her idea can contribute. :p I started this message to you that Ali was right in her speach, at the end I think it is not the solution to the problem. Greetings from Lilian - the Netherlands