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"I often remind them that, in biology, growth is often preceded or accompanied by discomfort (or stress), and suggest that they be mindful of when they are uncomfortable and to then mindfully work through the difficulties........ What better way to do this than to model it ourselves?"
Wise, wise words. And yet they sound revolutionary to current Western thinking. Thanks for this greatly encouraging blog post - may your students have wonderful travels in learning, and in the expansion of integrated scientific understanding, with your assistance on the way. I'm sure they have a bright future!

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