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Part 4: The three principles and education

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Head teacher and facilitator Peter Anderson talks about the three principles and education

 

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    this, it is of course important to decide to what extent should the poor and needy be helped? To me, the government should draw the line at the basic level of subsistence, which I define by having a proper roof over the head and being able to ensure that kids, if any, get minimum education. I don’t think that the government needs to do anything more than this for the needy folks. What is necessary is enough to ensure that the poor don’t have to worry about the bare necessities and can concentrate on working the other aspects of their life out.

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  3. I gotted sidetracked seein’ Dolly’s ears! Hehehehe!I sees Gracie has found hers a spot to stretch out on and her looks purty darn comfy too.Puddles

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  4. Wonderful “K” post, Rune! The city should hire you to encourage tourism; I’d go! Kristiansand, from your photos, seems a place I would really like to visit. Love the sailing ship and your daughter’s photo of the giraffe.

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