Sunday, August 5, 2012

Better is better.

Approach "better."

But "better" is unmeasurable. Too much measuring, too much counting.
Better is perceptible.
Better is a relief.
Better is better.

Arguing with "better is better" is saying that better is not better.
Worse is certainly not better.

From notes for a talk given August 2, 2012, a recording of which will eventually be available to buy from The HomeSchool Association of California.
photo by Sandra Dodd

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