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Rumi – A Cap to Wear in Both Worlds

Rumi – A Cap to Wear in Both Worlds
There is a passion in me that doesn’t long for anything from another human being.
I was given something else, a cap to wear in both worlds.  It fell off. No matter.
One morning I went to a place beyond dawn. A source of sweetness that flows and is never less.  I have been shown a beauty that would confuse both worlds,
But I won’t cause that uproar.  I am nothing but a head set on the ground as a gift to Shams.
Midnight, but your forehead shines with dawn.  You dance as
you come to me and curl by curl undo the dark.  Let jealousy end.
There’s a strange frenzy in my head, of birds flying, each particle circulating on its own. Is the one I love everywhere?

From Politifacts... Thursday

Take Paul Ryan’s claim that with this bill, “the typical family of four will save $1,182 a year on their taxes." Turns out that’s Half True, as rated by our Truth-O-Meter. But it’s more complicated than that....


Post from eLearning Heroes....

Timelines are a great way to present sequenced information in a single interaction. You can provide historical info to learners and walk them through processes, one step at a time. They display how events took place over time in a digestible way. And since Storyline makes it super easy to create custom interactivity, it’s a piece of cake to create and customize timeline interactions.


Friday the 13th brings us a passage from Rumi...

"...May this marriage be full of laughter,
our every day a day in paradise.
May this marriage be a sign of compassion,
a seal of happiness here and hereafter.
May this marriage have a fair face and a good name,
an omen as welcomes the moon in a clear blue sky.
I am out of words to describe
how spirit mingles in this marriage."