It’s challenging to convey the complex ideas clearly, but surely no one wants a cataclysm or catastrophe?
Couldn’t we curtail our ceaseless consumption so we don’t end up down the creek without a canoe or a paddle?
|Down the creek without a paddle - or a canoe.|
Children with learning difficulties are often chided by usually caring teachers for being careless with their ABC’s. Sometimes the teachers use contemptuous words like “CRAP!” The kiddies cringe; they’re trying as carefully as they can – they can’t do more.
Often, so painfully often, they cry themselves to sleep and dread the constant cry of “FAILURE”. Many seek counselling as adults even though they have proven themselves to be creative and courageous. The constant misunderstanding and contemptuous criticism felt catastrophic - simply too cruel. Unfortunately some get caught in a life of crime because the mainstream community has shunned them so consistently.
|Some people with learning difficulties feel|
like they just don't belong.
A drabble is a story told in 100 words. No more, no less.
Here tomorrow Distinguished scientists.
Over at traverselife, I'm spending the month looking at different aspects of bullying.