I was in an African Store with one of my students and she pick up a container of $5 sage. I looked incredulously at her and asked her why was she buying that? She said because she needed to do some cleansing work. LOL!!!! I put the sage back where it came from and when we left, we went to a grocery store and bought the same sage from there… for a dollar!
I take on students. And I take them on at no charge. They don’t have to paint my house or bow down to me. I was never charged for this part of my education, I won’t charge others for theirs. But I don’t have a set curriculum. I don’t teach my students everything I know. I don’t expect to be their only teacher. And not every student will do the same work. I can’t teach what I’m not proficient at can I?
I cannot agree with these online programs. I have always needed to learn in person. when I was in college and grad school, I ALWAYS went to class. Even when I didn’t have to. You learn by participation. It’s been done like that since antiquity… you know, before the advent of the internet. And like I imprint of my tools, I like to leave an imprint on my students.
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