Author Archives: Shashi Moore

About Shashi Moore

Having covered half a century of my time on this Earth; enthusiastically creating an impression on my students has given me the much needed excuse to continue to live another few decades, if possible. An educationist by choice and a mother by grace of God.

Tribute to my Dad on Father’s Day

The following is a tribute written by one of my fifth grade students, Raquel, to her father who had died when she was a toddler. Even though her memories of him are fleeting she holds on. I hope you found … Continue reading

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A MESSAGE FOR TODAY

Originally posted on Soul Writings:
  The Optimism Revolution Shared by “Brenda”

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‘My Dog Spot’

Hi! I have been away from posting on my blog for quite some time. the fact is I am still to master the skill of time management. Nevertheless, this morning my fifth grader brought a cute little poem for me … Continue reading

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Tender and Tolerant

Tender and Tolerant by Charles R. Swindoll The fountain of wisdom is a bubbling brook. Proverbs 18:4   How far you go in life depends on your being tender with the young, compassionate with the aged, sympathetic with the striving, … Continue reading

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Basic Instincts

 Intuitively Glowing, seductive. Snooping, itch to know more Irresistible dragging’s from within the core Ablaze stare for a foretaste, but yields eye full Having to belie the twitch and scuttle, or drift down to the pill Beyond boundaries boarder less, … Continue reading

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Beneath my Wings

I received this beautiful picture from a friend of mine. It was sent to my mail and I thought, Why not share the love and care portrayed, in this photo, with all the mothers who blog. I wish I knew … Continue reading

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If I Could

    If I could Bear the burden of your sorrow, I would. If I could, but for a minute, take away your pain and make it mine, I would. If I could tell you “there’s a reason for this,” … Continue reading

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