Memory loss is no match for the power of sharing the language of one’s childhood and youth.
The very sound of the word love, like the human experience, has remained as steady as the human need over millennia.
How language warns us to find the true focus of our lives & society, in urgent times. Are we distracted by the blurry parts of the picture?
A delightful response to my Tuna Salad Challenge from Parthena Draggett prompts more insights for us all.
Loving, learning, living, and sharing language is what John Carlino was all about.
Here’s an invitation to a tuna salad challenge – lets’ help a world on stand-off mode understand the nature and promise of diversity and culture.
Let’s use language to scatter nourishing birdseed for all (and not work so hard trying to get our proverbial ducks in rows.)
I love to write about language and culture and the impact of both on the lives, work, and happiness of human beings around the world. Combined with fascinating podcast guests from the worlds of education, business, organizations, and a wide variety of cultural and linguistic communities, it’s an adventure to share together!
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