jack.. et al
ie: Jack, Angela, Tim H, Brittany, Senna, Meredith, Ruchi, Jacob, Aidan, Angad, Eesha, Easton, Boyan, Marian, Malala, Adora, Ash, Nikhil, (Socrates at 9), Tommy, Caine M, Naomi, Amy, Logan, Lissy, James, Josh, Kamran, Charles, Ollie, Birke, Marc, Jonny, Tim D, Leo, Oscar, Piper, Taylor, Xiuhtezcatl, Ryan, Erik, Christopher, Shree, Talia, Richard, David, Kyra, Sam, Caine S, Sirena, Lauren, Sylvia, Zak, Tavi, Lucas, Alex, William, Thomas, Jeanny, Albert (et al), 4 yr old pianist, David, Richie, Jennifer, Chase, Miranda, Rion, Satori, Robbie, Bethany, Everett, Sierra, Tim, Bret, …………….. you..
this isn’t (doesn’t need to be ) rare.
imagine – facilitating authenticity…
finding all the geniuses inside.. waiting to be seen/heard/loved.
and imagine if we called – facilitating curiosity – school.
7 billion such researchers/entrepreneurs/happy people.. no?
let’s not miss it/us.
Fortunately for the world, there is no shortage of such brave, courageous individuals. In fact, there is an abundance of them, especially in poor, authoritarian countries. If you think Malala is rare, that is probably because you have not spent much time in such countries. Most Malalas, however, go nameless, and are not made into Western celebrities.
ongoing flavors here:
Astead (@AsteadWesley) tweeted at 9:25 PM – 21 Feb 2018 :
We wouldn’t be so shocked at the Parkland teenagers if we didn’t spend so much time depicting young people as these uniquely one-dimensional, selfish, and vapid caricatures they never were (http://twitter.com/AsteadWesley/status/966529414845616129?s=17)