This Christmas, a bit of kindness is the must-have gift for teachers

Christmas is a time for giving; for thinking about others. And most of us derive joy from choosing presents for family and friends and doing things to make others happy.

However, in giving your gift, you “probably did not stop to consider the moral meaning of your action, or fully appreciate the fact that, in the eyes of the Roman writer Seneca, you were,, a translation of selections from Seneca’s . “Your ability to give is an essential part of what makes you human.”

Stai leggendo un'anteprima, registrati per continuare a leggere.

Interessi correlati

Altro da Tes

Tes7 min letti
College Clubs And Societies Are More Crucial Than Ever
With a new national lockdown in place, it is a fairly safe bet that most college lecturers and leaders are not thinking too hard about the college chess club right now. Yet the value of a rich extracurricular offer cannot be overlooked as a nice-to-h
Tes1 min letti
EDITOR Jon Severs  ASSISTANT TO THE EDITOR Gizem Dagli  INTERIM COMMISSIONING EDITOR Helen Amass  CONTENT CREATION William Stewart, Mary-Louise Clews, Charlotte Santry, Chloe Albasini, Julia Belgutay, Adi Bloom, Claudia Civinini, Amy Gibbons, Grainne
Tes5 min lettiPsychology
Tes Focus On… Manipulation
All of us have been manipulated and have manipulated others. It’s human nature to seek advantage and to use that advantage to get someone to do what you want them to do, whether they want to do it or not. Yet “manipulative” is almost always used as a