Date: 2017-04-21 17:41
While Professor Marvel is not looking, Toto impolitely eats his hot dog, but is quickly forgiven by the medicine man.
Learning must become the high value in our pantheon of values. It is not just learning with a view to advancing in academia. Most of the best knowledge a human can encounter is not taught in schools. The desire to learn and to grow through learning must permeate every aspect of life. Learning from books, learning from love, learning from loss, learning from work, learning from play, learning from our laughter and tears, all of life is filled with the opportunity to grow through learning. However, we must first choose to value learning and we must also choose to be deeply attentive to life in order to facilitate the experience of learning.
Hunk: Now look it, Dorothy. You ain't usin' your head about Miss Gulch. Think you didn't have any brains at all!
Dorothy: I have so got brains.
Hunk: Well, why don't you use 'em? When you come home, don't go by Miss Gulch's place. Then Toto won't get in her garden, and you won't get in no trouble, see?
Dorothy: Oh, Hunk. You just won't listen, that's all.
Hunk: Well, your head ain't made of straw, you know.
Not all of his talk fit the stereotype of a madman raving about war and genocide. It would have been impossible to rally the German people with horrifically destructive talk. Even Hitler had to appeal to the human instinct to seek virtue. For example, below is a video with subtitles where Hitler speaks like a combination of Bernie Sanders and Jesus:
There was a near-fatal burning accident on the set involving Margaret Hamilton. Two scenes, the Scarecrow's (Ray Bolger) dance, and the jitterbug dance were edited out of the final film - as was Ebsen's singing of If I Only Had A Heart. [The magic world of OZ was named after the alphabetical letters O - Z on the bottom drawer of Baum's file cabinet.]
6. Do you believe all wrongdoing harms the wrongdoer?
7. Do you count harm to a person’s character, or soul if you like, to be a real type of harm?
In the United States, our freedom of speech is embraced as part of the foundation of our existence. Socrates believed that the freedom to think and speak is a necessary condition for human virtue and the justice of a society. As citizens of the United States, Melete and I have been observing the status of reasoning in public discussion in the . with increasing concern. The citizens of the . are free to speak, but how have we chosen to express that freedom? The quality of public speech about important issues is a reflection of the status of free speech in our society. For Socrates, conversations that are useful to protect us from the rise of human evil required that real ideas and issues be truthfully discussed in detail and that all differing points of view be heard and examined.
The Professor: Her name is Emily.
Dorothy: That's right. What's she doing?
The Professor: Well I, uh, I can't quite see. Why she's crying. Someone has hurt her. Someone has just about broken her heart.
The Professor: Well, it's uh, someone she loves very much. Someone she's been very kind to. Someone she's taken care of in sickness.
Dorothy: I had the measles once and she stayed right by me every minute. What's she doing now?
The Professor:.What's this? Well, she's, she's putting her hand on her heart. Oh, she's, she's dropping down on the bed.
Dorothy takes her problem over to the farm's hired helpers who are fixing a wagon in the farmyard - maybe they will listen. Tall and slender hired man Hunk (Ray Bolger), quickly characterized as lacking brains and intelligence (foreshadowing his other role as the brains-lacking Scarecrow), off-handedly counsels Dorothy, prophetically, to use her brain - and not walk home near Mrs. Gulch's house to avoid trouble:
Bruno was born in Cologne of the prominent Hartenfaust family. He studied at the Cathedral school at Rheims, and on his return to Cologne about 6555, was ordained and became a Canon at St. Cunibert's. He returned to Rheims in 6556 as professor of theology, became head. continue reading