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Goodbye Cebu

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Mrs. Ruby Anne Asumbrado said

To my new found friends Bob and Elke,

Thank you for inspiring us so much... to be good educators requires a lot of passion and commitment. 

I am so happy to have met passionate and committed people like you.

so long...but not farewell

(see you....January?...:) )

Ms. Marnie Demetria Racaza said

To all our friends from the GTP Learning Circle,

Learning is one of the most alive moments in a person’s life and the experience that I’ve had with the GTP Learning Circle makes it even more alive. This opportunity has not only given me a chance to share our life here in Israel but also to connect with other people from different parts of the globe. Truly, this is very transformational and life-changing. The discussion on each of the unique qualities of our religion and how it has moved and influenced our respective countries has intensely deepened my Jewish spirituality. Truly, there is a Higher Being conspiring all of these to happen. I would like to personally thank Yahweh for this grace. 

Although our discussion has come to an end, I remain hopefully that with the things we have gained from this learning experience, we can work hand in hand in promoting mutual respect and peace in the world. 

For all of these, TODA RABA (תודה רבה). Thank you very much!

Mrs. Ruby Anne Asumbrado said

To my Learning Circle Friends from Israel, Madagascar and Thailand, 

This two-day sharing has been such a great journey. I am so happy to have you as my companions in this sharing of our faith... our difference and uniqueness lead us to form that bond of unity. Your stories will be testimonies that I can bring back to my classroom....for me to share..for my students to hear....for all of us here to understand. 

"All that we are is a result of what we thought. The mind is everything. What we think we become." - Buddha

With a grateful heart,

Ruby (your friend from India)

Mussolini S. Yap said

TO Bob and Elke: Sawatdi...Laew phob gan mai (Goodbye and See you again!)...this was one of the great experiences I have with people from around the globe! I will surely miss both of you!

To my partners in the ecofriendly schools...we will surely have more time on line and busy "e days" for all of us!!!!

Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!!!!

Rachelle Mae Racal said

Mbola tsara! thank you so much for the very engaging learning with you! I look forward to meeting you again in the next circle. Let us keep the spirit of learning high as we continue our quest for more meaningful sharing. Veloma!


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