Keep each other company, if you have the chance! ❤
The course is over, and I would like to say thank you for your work, for taking part in this course, with such generosity, hard work and cheerfulness. It’s been a pleasure to work with you, you’ve made my life richer, kinder, more beautiful.
I’m not good at goodbyes, mostly because I was born in spring, and I suppose I’m sentenced to beginnings, but you will always have a place in my home, my heart, so please if you ever wish to contact me, do so. It’s true I came here to find time for myself, to paint and write books, as an anonymous writer! But we are social animals and it’s true we’re fond of each other. Apart from that, in contrast, never ever feel obliged (en compromiso). The world is full of incredible people. I don’t feel bad about people loving other people. Amazing things happen every day, shocking things too, but we can see those really well, and have difficulties in seeing the amazing most valuable things. So let’s just say Amazing things happen every day! We just need to notice. ❤ I hope you understand these sentences. I’m aware superlatives are for Básico 2! 😀 ❤
If you miss the lessons, being together, take the initiative of calling your classmates for a meeting. You know how it works! You can review all of our work, and be teachers: sopleishon celebration! And you can imagine dialogues and plays with all the sentences you need to review. Send me your audios and videos! You could be contributors of talkingpeople.net!
And we’ll meet again for sure! ❤ Biggest hug! ❤ ❤ ❤
PS: Oh, thanks for your videos. They will inspire generations to come! ❤
PSS: Thanks for the home-made snacks. They’re delicious! ❤ Yummy!
PSSS: I know I speak too much. But about what Rosa asked, about ideals (the anarchist ideal of freedom and solidarity), the good thing is that they don’t set a limit to what you can actually imagine (actually = de hecho) and what we can imagine can be true!
From things that came up today:
Here is a amazing artist, a true artist. So absolutely herself!
“Farenheit 451”, the temperature paper burns, is a black utopia by scifi writer Ray Bradbury, very popular in the 1960s, when a lot of social revolutions were taking place. This is the movie version I mentioned. The ending is, for me, one of the most powerful and moving. Never put a limit to what you can actually do/achieve! (actually = de hecho)
This is the movie version of an impressive black utopia, “1984”, by George Orwell (an anarchist!). He created the character Big Brother, that was used and abused by reality shows in our times.
The third scific writer of amazingly telling (que dicen mucho) and popular dystopias is Aldous Huxley, who wrote Brave New World, Un mundo feliz.