It is amazing how many great books are out there and how helpful it is to hear from someone why a recent book is worth reading.
With all of its benefits and all the hardships we have faced over the last 12 months I would encourage us this weekend to try and find ways to increase the amount of laughter in our lives.
My hope for the students, staff, and parents of the Dalat community is that over the next week you will be able to get the rest you need to let your ‘souls catch up to you’.
The hope is to guide this younger generation in the journey, to help them grow in skills and abilities, develop a positive narrative, and ultimately come out stronger on the other side.
This book (The The Pandemic Population) helps give this pandemic some perspective and is specifically written to guide us as adults in helping our young people rediscover hope.
Learning is more inspiring together. Learning is so much richer when together. Learning is deeper when we are together. Simply stated – learning is better together.
I believe we can now say that we have “turned the corner.” This is an idiom used in English to refer to something that was very difficult but has started to improve and will continue on a positive trajectory.
Changing a bad habit is never easy, but research suggests that replacing a bad habit with a good habit is the best strategy for success.
Old Director's Blog Archive
We shall keep our old Dalat Reflections blog active for an archive of several year's of posts and articles. It shall no longer be updated, all new updates will be found above.