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Poetry Collection

Pro memoria Pro memoria (Latin) – in memory of whom (the) – either. ELEGY wife and a friend from various years. Please visit Cardiologist if you seek more information. 1 And that's all I can, in addition to the barbaric gray hair. Another may help you walk through the old winters. You pay for my sins Store in a dark dungeon, and there formed a belief on the fact that we are not so bad. And that's all I have, in addition to the old ring to the steps to the crown of girlhood, to the – what I do not regret it.

Unfairly fast the herd, and violent change of colors on the faces of podustavshik masks. Oh, and varmint, varmint what! But you have to accept that too. As the breast of the mother-child obediently head of the slope. Another melody sounds and songs not yet sung. 2 In vain do not think that today we can – and suddenly wake up early again … Dressed in a gray day – not difficult, Weekdays satiety ridiculous saturate.

You robe from his youth an example. As of dreams for us come out to the show. In the anniversary day of wandering and achievements, thousands of repetitions of lunar phases. In this world, everything is unique. Again like the first spring again passed Something had passed, perhaps, the past, what is not searched, but found it. Today, we're counting: Half – I, and half – you. And while hover in one flight, a pity that – until then – alas … You have very grave goods in the neck, shield in hand from the cold and storms.

Kids Childrens Vision

Try to give your child something very strange, and you will see that you suddenly lights up and stuff, until then completely inexplicable, suddenly become very own, family. Here's how to explain to the child, the term "deduction"? A "Concept"? You would think that since you somehow know what it is, and the baby … well, where he had such insight into the 'adult' stuff! The easiest way to say: "When you grow up – you recognize me?" I took a few notions, picked dictionaries and tried to think of other, non-scientific definition. These interpretations differ from the official that they are adapted to the understanding of a child 6-10 years, and certainly do not pretend to high accuracy and quality. But until I invented them, realized that some of them, it turns out, were for me until now by words from the "bird language".

What is the "empirical method of learning?" A young child explores the world around him by "trial and error." Children who have not yet understand the words, touch, view, try the taste of things – it allows them to find out what properties these objects have. If your baby for the first time in my life touched the fire, he learned that fire burns. This method of knowledge is called empirical. Adults too are often used empirically knowledge of the world, but in his own – in an adult. What is the "observation"? Observation – it's like we're in a museum or front of the TV – you can only watch and learn, and to influence what is happening can not.