How Observing Trees Can Help Us Draft an Eloquent Piece of Written Communication

  Next time you sit down to write something, think of a tree! Yes, a tree. Be it an important email, a formal message, an article for your blog, the content for a poster, or a proposal for your business … Continued

Because Love Always Comes Back to Us

  Kafka was once taking a walk in a garden. There, he encountered a little girl sitting by herself, and weeping. Moved, he went over to her and asked, ‘What is the matter little girl?’ The girl said, through her … Continued

What Einstein Did When He was Young

What did Einstein do when he was young? Before he became the living definition of what we call a Genius? Imagine that Einstein, who must have been a child once, a child with little hands, and a little head lit … Continued

A Rendezvous with the After-School Mentors

    “And the Little Prince broke into a lovely peal of laughter, which irritated me very much. I like my misfortunes to be taken seriously.” Antoine de Saint Exupery in The Little Prince We do this, don’t we? We … Continued

Why is television a good medium of Learning?

At Touching Lives, we immerse our children into watching inspirational movies/videos on a Television screen. Yes, the curse can be turned into a boon by just making the right use of it, through which a child will not simply sit … Continued

Dealing With Introvert Children: Of Respecting Their Space and Giving them Freedom

Stephen Hawking quoted that “Quiet people have the loudest minds.” Yet we always underrate an introvert person. Hence, being a mentor it is necessary for you to understand and create such an atmosphere where each kind of a child is able to … Continued

Five things that connect you with the children you teach.

Right at the outset let me state that the ways in which one may connect with children are limited only by imagination. Nevertheless when one is new to a class, certain things may aid in establishing the positive relationship which … Continued

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