The most caring people sometimes forget to care about themselves. Self-care is an activity that everybody should practice. Have you ever noticed that in an airplane, you are asked to put on a mask first before helping others. In the Christian bible, God rested on the seventh day of creation. There are many reasons why people should learn to manage and care for themselves. Some of these reasons include gaining a sense of control over one’s life, developing a greater sense of responsibility, and learning how to set and achieve goals. Additionally, self-management can help people to better understand and cope with stress, build healthier relationships, and improve their overall well-being.
In this guide, we will briefly discuss how to understand yourself from different philosophical perspectives. Nelson Mandela once said “learn to know yourself, to search realistically and regularly the processes of your own mind and feelings”. The first foundations of examining ourselves with more candor started over 2,000 years ago. Aristotle who is still studied today over 2,300 years later says “knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom”
In this article, we will explore what “the self” means from different philosophical perspectives including many of the most renowned philosophers from the past 2,000 years.
Many parents have thought about homeschooling their children during COVID-19 in-order to keep them safe from the virus.
Homeschooling may be a good choice for many, the quality of the homeschooling is more dependent on the quality of the parent teaching rather than the homeschool provider. Parents who decide to homeschool their child should make a decision to educate their child for at least 2 to 3 hours a day.
LRN stands for a Learner Reference Number and it uniquely identifies a student as part of the Department of Education (DepEd) system.
Parents with children going to Kindergarden should ensure that their school issues a Learning Reference Number. Only schools which are accredited by DepEd will be able to issue and apply for a unique LRN number for a child.