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True learning...take the time to include the children in what matters most...serving others, investing in the eternal, making a difference...It's easy to just do it myself without remembering to be intentional about leading my children by including them.

Mediocrity is the besetting sin of institutional education (institutional anything, really).

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INFJ. He’s A Wallflower by degradedandthegreatest on Flickr. (The Perks of Being a Wallflower)

I have less to say that I thought #INTJ

INTJ. Might I add that there is lots of love behind the bluntness when it seems only cold.

INTJ. Everything is connected; nothing is truly simple. I find myself like this more and more. Love that they use a tree in this image. A tree with its interconnecting branches. Yes.

INFJ. I could write books of all the things I observe, think about & what I've been through & felt but I don't want to overwhelm anyone.

An INTJ can quickly and cleanly remove oneself from an unhealthy relationship, but may privately ruminate on those emotional scars for a long time.

someone told me yesterday that i was self-centered so i guess this is fitting....hahaha

Unfortch, everyone's heard my silence lately. I'm working on it. #hermit #silence