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The Chimney Sweeper by William Blake

William Blake was born in England on November 28, 1757. He died at the age of 70 on August 12, 1827. He was a poet, painter, and printmaker from England. As a historical figure, he is known for his Romantic-era poetry and graphic arts. Blake was a Christian despite his opposition to all forms of organized religion (the church). His religious beliefs are reflected in his work. He was against all forms of discrimination (racial, social, and gender) and this poem is about one of his concerns: the societal issue of child labour.

A New Status

I was watching a Netflix series called The Queen’s Gambit. In the first episode the main character, Beth, and her mother was driving in the car.

Consistency Is What Makes a Quality Online Course

Online courses enrollment is growing and growing. In 2018, nearly seven million students enrolled in online courses. In 2020, 82% of K-12 students attended schools that offered some type of remote instruction. What makes a good, quality online course though? We know that there are standards for evaluating good teaching practice, but online is different. It requires the integration of technology, communication and learning which isn’t the same as traditional in classes. Evaluating what makes an effective online course has to be based on different criteria.

Creating a World of Love

What you think affects how you feel, both emotionally and physically. In our world now the majority of people’s thoughts are directed toward a fearful viral pandemic. The result is that most people are feeling incredible stress, fear, frustration, anger, and other such emotions. The result is that their immune system is being compromised. What to do? In this article you’ll find simple instructions for a quick and easy visualization that instantly calms, soothes, and relaxes. The result is better health – both emotionally and physically – for you and for the world you live in.

What Makes America Beautiful – Gratitude

What happens to a society that is allowed free expression? Over 250-years ago, a few brave men were willing to give their “last full measure of devotion” to find out. Over two centuries of free speech in America has demonstrated the following about what those men called “an inalienable right.”

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