Every now and again I read something that resonates so greatly I have to share it and the best platform I've found is here. I so very much appreciate all the people who take the time to read my blog posts (commonly called my boring blog by my very supportive family lol).
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Anyhow, back to the reading from Jen's amazing blog. It's really difficult to conceptualise the notion of love and I think Jen has nailed it in her blog. I won't spoil the surprise or quote Jen's words, I just want you to enjoy the beauty of her work.
Before I share, I want you to know Jen and I both write long blog posts. When I'm moved to write it just flows, I suspect Jen might be the same. I'm telling you this for a very important reason. There are two parts to Jen's blog post. The second is the best piece on reflection I've read for a long time, so please persevere and read to the bottom so you can enjoy an ah ha moment as I have. Without further ado here it goes. Click on the link to go to Jen's page. Thanks for your permission to share here Jen!
May 20, 2018
“We do not learn from experience… We learn from reflecting on experience.” John Dewey