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Felt Facts We UnLearn
What are some things you learned along life's way better before you went to school as compared to after? Oh, you mean like love of cooperative natural-spiritual learning rather than mistrusting ego's essential competitive nature, divorced from cooperative spirit, required to out-perform my siblings and friends and neighborhood peer groups? Yes, that is a viral one. But, if you think that's bad, listen to this: My mother always taught, and both my grandmother and mother nearly always mentored, there is no hurt love can't and won't ultimately heal. But, in first grade I heard from some of my more troubling classmates that their moms taught them there is no anger or fear weaker than love's strength to survive, including ravages of domestically violent patriarchal rule. It was like I had learned a life sentence when and where these unfortunates were given an avoid death sentence. That intersects with my own confusion about love of learning as full healthy living and fear of failing as negatively devolutionary learning competitive-behavioral theory myths and Evil Devil Stories of vengeful angry-fear-mongering monoculturing Gods of Omnipotent SpiritStrength and not so much Goddesses of Polyphonic Nature-Nurture emerging polypathic deductive challenges to save patriarchal face and inductive invitations to share love's healing grace. My mother was my preschool teacher. She taught me love is highest and best use for living and for learning, while grade school teachers didn't disagree, they merely were paid to help us notice differences between (0)Sum WinLose competitions and (0)Soul WinWin cooperative ownership of love's nurturing powers to cooperatively heal all EarthTribe's sacred hurts. I wish either Mother Earth or Mother Mom or even Mother Grandmom had taught me why you nearly always find sexism where you find racism, but not necessarily racism where you find sexism's patriarchal remnants. I think at least one of my grandmothers taught me the cooperative economics of gender diversity are more lovingly powerful, and healthy, than the competing politics of monoculturing racist theory. Really! African or Native American? Maybe both? Creolizing all three in sacred one. I learned that in school, eighth grade biology. I don't know. I think I hear an older teaching swelling into here and there, both before and after school.
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