Monday, June 30, 2014

Shut Down Time

Hello all,

"Shut Down Time"

We all need a little time away... Twice a year I shut down the Monday Coffee for about a month. Make sure you spend some time with family and friends this time of year. 

Enjoy the coffee,

Monday Morning Coffee
"Only the educated are free.
Have a child or grandchild who graduated last month?  Whether it's high school or college, commencement exercises mark the end of a full curriculum 
of education - or do they?  In fact, why not ask the graduate?
After four or more years of study, homework, reports, science projects, and exams, many graduates would quickly answer that commencement marks the end 
of their education.  In fact, you can often hear students reinforce that line of thinking in their lament, "I'll never pick up another book as long 
as I live!"
The definition of "commencement" leads, however, in another direction.  It 
is the beginning, not the end, of a bright future.  It is the beginning of a life-long quest for knowledge, not the slamming shut of the books that 
opened so many new doors.
If it's been a few years since you graduated, perhaps you might also benefit from a renewed commencement - by opening some new doors to your own 
life-long learning curve. When's the last time you attended a workshop, bought a taped educational series, or thought about taking college courses 
or embarking on a new degree track?
No longer are books the only on-ramp to education. Distance learning over the Internet, tapes, videos, workshops, seminars, and many other educational 
resources are yours for the taking.  Why not let your graduating family member be the inspiration for your own commencement?

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