Book Reviews and Readings
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- The Hermit and the Well, by Thich Nhat Hanh, Illustrated by Vo-Dinh Mai, read by Evelyna Kay
- Meow said the mouse, by Beatrice Barbey, Illustrated by Philippe Ames, read by Bronwyn Kay
- Under The Rose Apple Tree by Thich Nhat Hanh, read by Beatrice Ekoko
- Each Breathe a Smile, based on teachings by Thich Nhat Hanh, Story by Sister Susan, Illustrated by Nguyen Thi Hop and Nguyen Dong, read by Bronwyn Kay
- Nothing to Do, Nowhere to Go: Reflections on the Teachings of Zen Master Lin Chi by Thich Nhat Hanh, reviewed by Randy Kay
Music - Tuva: Voices From the Center of Asia
- Sigit With Igil [Bowed Instrument]
- Sigit With Khomuz
- Kozhamiktar (Antiphonal Quatrains)
tech (editing and production)
- Beatrice Ekoko
- Randy Kay
1) Incidental education, taking part in the on-going activities of society, must again be made the chief means of learning and teaching.
2) Most high schools should be eliminated, with other kinds of youth communities taking over their sociable functions.
3) College training should generally follow, rather than precede, entry into the professions
4) The Chief occupation of educators should be to see to it that the activities of society provide incidental education, rather than exploitation or neglect. If necessary, we must invent new useful activities that offer educational opportunities
5) The purpose of elementary pedagogy, through age twelve, should be to delay socialization, to protect children's free growth, since our families and community both pressure them too much and do not attend to them enough. Modern times pollute and waste natural human resources, the growing children, just as they do the land, air and water.