Education and Learning

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Fable, Fable, Fable Flash Fiction!

Humanizing Human Beings, To Be Little Candles for Others

Thu fable stories, children can learn from the moral message of the stories. Besides, fable stories stimulate children imagination.

In fable, the stories use animals, plants, or non-human characters, as if they acted and spoke like human beings, to illustrate the lessons (morals) of the stories.

List of fable short stories:

- Blade Looking for Girlfriend: Keris' Fable Story

- Lion and The Jungle: Story of Organization and Its Members

- Young Paddies Lear to Grow

- A Wok and The Roosters

- Lost Sheep and Good Shepherd: I am lost too but don't worry

- Buterfly Story: Is It Right to be Yourself?

- Lowly Donkey and the King of Peace

Friday, September 3, 2010

The Legend of Light Bearer: Modern Fable

Humanizing Human Beings, To Be Little Candles for Others

Fable is story which the characters are animal or non-human characters.

Usually, fable has moral lesson.

In modern fable, the writer sometimes mixes human and non-human characters in his story. There is also mix between fable and fantasy story.

To share the lesson about personal reinvention and self development, Dr. Rubino wrote book, titled The Legend of Light Bearers.

Read the Review of Legend of Light Bearers.

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Writing Lesson: Decode Your Writer's Block

"Great people talk about ideas, average people talk about things, and small people talk about wine." -Fran Lebowitz

You love to express and share your idea in writing. You have started writing your idea but you have no idea anymore to continue. You face writer's block.

Do not put your pen down when you face writer’s block. Do not give up. Analyze your writer's block and try to overcome it.

Decode your writer's block and overcome it.