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por haber compartido mi idea de poner en cada biblioteca la historia de cada familia, sobre todo de cada BisAbuela y TatarAbuela, del lugar.

Many thanks to BI Cuadrado Alvarez for sharing my idea to put the history of every local family, especially of every Great Grandmother and GrGreat Grandmother, in every public library.

7 enero, 12016 EH
(1st posting about this idea: 2012-10-02 22:26:00
"Grandmothers/AbuelaVida" project, FDR's Four Freedoms/ 4 Libertades de Roosevelt
Every family needs a small business. Giving away the project idea of every family in the world writing about their Grandmothers memories, putting a book in their local Public Library and&nbsp; Working for the Four Freedoms and Universal Human Rights...<br />
Trabajando en el proyecto de tener cada familia escribiendo de las memorias de sus Abuelas, poniendo los&nbsp; libros en la Biblioteca Publica de donde viene su familia&nbsp; y tambi&eacute;n&nbsp; Trabajando por las 4 Libertades... Shira Dest., Hebrew Tutor and Singer
Peace, Love, and "Dan Lechaf Zechut" !!!!
Read, Write, Dream, Teach !

24 February, 12016 HE


Jan. 7th, 2016 09:22 am
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por haber compartido mi idea de poner en cada biblioteca la historia de cada familia, sobre todo de cada BisAbuela y TatarAbuela, del lugar.
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A classmate at Annapolis told me that they'd taken out the definition of 'gullible' in the dictionary and replaced it with my photo one day. I was furious, because shipmates aren't supposed to bilge each other, and that to me was bilging.

But I want to believe that a better world is possible, a kinder world:
Perhaps the Universal Declaration of Human Rights would be a good 'summation' of what I want to see in the world?

[An aside: what I personally want may be quite different from what others want, of course. I would personally like to see a world where every person is free to travel anywhere, and where every person has a key to a very small flat -consisting of one room, well insulated, with a small kitchen, a bathroom with a shower, and a bed. For free, with absolute lifelong rights. Also free would be brown rice (or similar equivalent grain), green leafy vegetables, and dried beans. That is the bare minimum that a person needs to live, and that (along with free Public Library borrowing rights and Health Care) should be totally free without question to every person at all times. Whether they work or not, deserving or not. No paperwork, no hassles. But for anything else a person may want, above this (deliberately quite Spartan and barebones) minimum, a person must contribute to society -i.e. work.

That is what I would like to see eventually, not going into political views...]

I look back 20 years on, now I see that I've always been accused of being gullible and naive, yet to be gullible, I think, is not from foolishness or stupidity, but from a stubborn refusal to believe that anyone could be dishonest.

Read, Write, Run, Teach !

16 February, 12016 HE



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