After repeating myself umpteen times like a broken tape recorder, I have decided it is time I jot down some of these common sense ideas in a permanent and perpetually accessible space – the internet. Common sense 1: In my opinion, this is the most important of all. Ask yourself one crucial question, and perhaps … Read moreCommon sense: the art of passing with flying colors.
It is axiomatic that good education is the cornerstone of the human race in its expedition to the future. Yet, our attention and bulk of the resources are channeled elsewhere: incessant pursuit of armament and ceaseless proliferation of institutions to satiate our vices. Take Cambodia and what’s happening at Sihanoukville, more commonly known as Kompong … Read moreThe plight and plea of an ordinary teacher