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What I learned in October







We were free computer for most of October. It was liberating, frustrating and annoying. A good reminder that technology is a tool to be use to simplify our life not to be dependent on.


A smile and to be a good listener might be what people need. Sometimes, people come to talk not to have answers but just to be listen to:)


A prayer  will go a long way.


Don't be afraid to stand for what you believe:)


Small steps are better than to stay stuck .


Finally, to be embarrassed( courtesy of little ones)  never killed anyone only pride.








Happy Saint Day!
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