The Montessori Method of education, developed by Dr. Maria Montessori, is a child-centered educational approach based on scientific observations of children from birth to adulthood. Dr. Montessori's Method has been used for over 100 years in many parts of the world. The Montessori method views the child as one who is naturally eager for knowledge…Read more MONTESSORI EDUCATION
May the lamps of joy, illuminate your life and fill your days with the bright sparkles of peace, mirth and goodwill. Happy New Year.....................From the Table of the Chief-Editor of Asaolusam Blog, I wish you all a blessed New Year. Thank you for your love.
In part 2 I talked a lot about the power of positive thinking, this part 3 is going to be the concluding part of this series. In this part 3, I will give you the few actions and tips to help you develop the power of positive thinking. Always use only positive words while thinking…Read more The Power of Positive Thinking (Part 3)
In my Part 1 I gave the definition of positive thinking and brief explanation on how helpful and the possibility of achieving our goals if we think positively. Today I will talk about how positive thinking is contagious and how effective thinking can help you achieve success. Positive thinking is contagious: people around you pick…Read more The Power of Positive Thinking (Part 2)
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WHAT IS POSITIVE THINKING? According to Remex Sasso, positive thinking is a mental attitude that admits into the mind thoughts, words and images that are conductive to growth, expansion and success. It is a mental attitude that expects good and favourable results. A positive mind anticipated the following: 1-Happiness 2-Joy 3-Better Health 4-Successful outcome of…Read more The Power of Positive Thinking (Part 1)
407 years ago tonight, on January 7, 1610, the Pisan astronomer Galileo Galilei looked up at a brilliantly-shining Jupiter through his own handmade telescope and saw three bright little “stars” next to it, stirring his natural scientific curiosity. Further observations over the next several nights showed that the planet wasn’t moving relative to the little…Read more Eppur Si Muove: Galileo’s Big Night, 407 Years Ago Today — Lights in the Dark