Quote by Monica Crowley
True equality means holding everyone accountable in the same way, regardless of race, gender, faith, ethnicity - or political ideology.
This quote emphasizes that true equality involves treating everyone impartially and holding them accountable for their actions, regardless of characteristics such as race, gender, faith, ethnicity, or political ideology. It suggests that fairness can only be achieved when standards for accountability are applied universally and without bias. This concept challenges any form of discrimination or preferential treatment based on these factors and promotes the idea that everyone should be treated equally under the law, without exemption or prejudice.
Emotional 'literacy' implies an expanded responsibility for schools in helping to socialize children. This daunting task requires two major changes: that teachers go beyond their traditional mission and that people in the community become more involved with schools as both active participants in children's learning and as individual mentors.
You are the daughter of the sea,oregano's first cousin.Swimmer, your body is pure as the water;cook, your blood is quick as the soil.Everything you do is full of flowers, rich with the earth.Your eyes go out toward the water, and the waves rise;your hands go out to the earth and the seeds swell;you know the deep essence of water and the earth,conjoined in you like a formula for clay.Naiad: cut your body into turquoise pieces,they will bloom resurrected in the kitchen.This is how you become everything that lives.And so at last, you sleep, in the circle of my armsthat push back the shadows so that you can rest -vegetables, seaweed, herbs: the foam of your dreams.