Dune: parte one

Dune, the book saga it’s a fascinating journey throughout science fiction adventure intertwined with a vast richness of characters and their own struggles and history!

This new adaptation brings Dune to life again with incredible and state-of-the-art special effects… They’re just mind-blowing!

As far as the story goes, like the title says, this is just part one… Still, it should consolidate the character’s arc stories a bit more, let’s just wait until the second half fills some blanks leftover!

Nonetheless, go watch it if you a fan of the saga or if you like science fiction in its purity!

“You have proven you can rule yourself. Now you must learn to govern others, something none of your ancestors learned. ”

Reverend Mother Gaius Helen Mohiam

Wise porcupines

Great truth…
“Wise porcupines”
During the ice age, many animals died from the cold. The porcupines, realizing this situation, decided to gather in groups. This way, they wrapped up and protected each other. But the thorns of each one hurt the closest companions, precisely those that provided heat. And so they drifted away from each other again.
They returned to freezing to death and needed to make a choice: they would disappear from the face of the Earth or accept the thorns of their fellow man.
Wisely, they decided to come back and be together.
Thus they learned to live with the small wounds that a very close relationship could cause since the most important thing was the warmth of the other.
They survived!
MORAL:
The best relationship is not one that unites perfect people, but one where everyone accepts the other’s faults and gets forgiveness for their own faults.

Priority Test

Imagine that five things happen simultaneously that need to be attended to.

  1. The phone is ringing.
  2. The baby is crying.
  3. Someone knocks on the door.
  4. There are fresh laundry hanging on the backyard clothesline and it starts to rain.
  5. Kitchen faucet is open and gushing water.

In what order do you solve the problems? Write down the order and see how you made the decision below. Each situation represents something in your life.
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  1. The phone represents ………….. (your job or career).
  2. The baby represents ……………… (your family).
  3. The visitor represents ………….. (your friends).
  4. Washed clothes represent …….. (your sex life).
  5. Running water represents …….(money or wealth).

The result makes you think?…
Did it match your priorities?…
The clothes on the clothesline got all wet, didn’t they?…

A Teacher life

The teacher is always wrong.
When…
He is young, he has no experience.
He’s old, he’s out of date.
He doesn’t have a car, he’s a poor man.
He has a car, he cries with his belly full.
He speaks out loud, spends his time screaming.
He speaks in a normal tone, doesn’t make himself heard.
He doesn’t miss classes, he is a candidate for the cardboard medal.
He needs to be absent, he’s out there doing tourism.
Talk to the other teachers, he’s hammering on the students.
Don’t talk, don’t care.
He gives a lot of material, he has no pity on the students.
He gives little material, he doesn’t prepare the students.
He plays with the gang, he has a craze that is funny.
He doesn’t play with the gang, he’s a pain in the ass.
It draws attention, it’s boring.
It doesn’t attract attention, it doesn’t know how to impose itself.
Take long tests, there’s no time.
Take short tests, take chances from students.
He sends writing a lot, he doesn’t explain.
Explains a lot, the notebook has nothing.
Speak correctly, no one understands him.
It speaks the “language” of the student, it has no vocabulary.
Demands, is rude.
Praise, is soft.
The student fails, he chased him.
The student is approved, he could also.
Life as a teacher is like that, from mistake to mistake, always trying to get it right!