Week 6 B2

A Student Response From:MichaelThis post brought great insight into finding ourselves. By looking at a raindrop and relating to it by its actions we can relate it to our own life and the journey we have. Not only will this allow you to focus and notice the small aspects of life and even ourselves, but it will also lead us …

Week 6 B1

A Student Response From:Armelle Are those raindrops as they inch down eating other drops a short life span of how we live our consuming in all meanings of the word? Consuming food, consuming goods, consuming knowledge? Some days I feel stuffed, actually most days, these days I feel the weight. Some days I feel like the water drops in a …

Week 6 A4

A Student Response From:JordanThis weeks module gave me a great insight and connection the the rain drops described or even the idea they support. We are all just a rain drop waiting for our turn. I can see myself as the smaller drop waiting to be accepted or pushed into the larger one. I believe this may give meaning to …

Week 6 A3

A Student Response From:g t That rain drop on the window…what a blessed experience. I love the feeling of choosing a single drop.. Claiming it as my own and choosing to watch it run down the glass. It does feel like it’s you, but it also feels like the tiniest, perhaps most unimportant level of control in the universe. Something …

Week 6 A2

A Student Response From:HannahI thought that this week was profound. It reminded me that the little things in life matter. In the finale of one of my favorite shows, one of the last quotes is “It’s a nice night, huh?” This is said right after a conversation between 2 characters that are essentially agreeing they will not be in each …

Week 6 A1

A Student Response From:PatrickI think we’ve all–at some point or another–watched the raindrops slide down the window, hoping that the one we chose “wins” in the end. In a way, it could be used as an analogy for how we choose our future and view it in hopes that the one we chose leads to our desired outcome. Of course, …

Week 5 D4

A Student Response From:QuinnI created a cento poem out of this week’s writing. Meaning, I chopped up existing words to tell a new story. She hates it. Just let her There are many facets to this story Butchering for food Nowadays I laugh Obsession wasn’t how we were taught to be, yet we can’t help it I’ve been shamed for …

Week 5 D3

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Week 5 D2

A Student Response From:Yamile As i read this week’s prompt i couldn’t help but to think about this song by RM of BTS. in this song he says, “Oh, tell me that dark could never win the light Oh, tell me that wrong could never win the right Baby, tell me that we gon’ someday stop the fight And tell …

Week 5 D1

A Student Response From:Adrian In my life I have never realized how much privilege I have and I have experienced. I never realized this due in part because that is what I thought was normal. However now that I am older I can see and acknowledge the things that were apart of my life because of how privilege I was. …