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Friendly neighbourhood benevolant dictator
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I'm an enigma wrapped in a contradiction. I'm dyslexic, yet love books.
I'm Canadian born and bred, but have a really bad habit of moving to exotic locals like Mexico.
I'm going to be over-educated and unemployable and then will end up being a religious recluse in a cave.
I drink too much caffeine and eat too many suckers.
I love religions and learning about cultures.
I coach debate. I love debate. I live debate.
I will be the cause of two benevolent dictators, and I apologize in advance. If I stay nice to them they'll give me Mexico I hope.
I love Something Corporate, Rascal Flatts, Juanes and Daddy Yankee.
I speak three languages.
I eat with chopsticks and make everything a taquito.
I once blew up part of our science lab.
I try to pray 5 times a day.
I love to cook.
I download too much shit online.
I'm extremely hyper, tend to talk too much.
I love tea.
I once ate a worm on a dare. Then I ate a spider and a grasshopper for money.
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My teaching career so far…

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My teaching career so far…

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A special prayer for all those who are suffering in silence, those who keep smiling yet are struggling to cope. May the Almighty bless you!

- Mufti Ismail Menk (via yomnahassans)
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And I just wanna say that, you know, we can’t possibly begin to understand how important and amazing it is that we’re all alive, right here, right now, together in this room. And we have the opportunity to make the world a better place, with the way we live our lives and the decisions that we make, and the way we spend our money. And it doesn’t matter who you are, or where you come from, or what you look like, or who you love, or what you’ve been through. Life, I think, is worth living for everybody.

- Derek Sanders [x] (via con-ceal)
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