Olga Pavlova
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High school teacher
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Culture, Education, Youth
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I'm a high school English teacher.I love teaching and learning at the same time. I believe that the thirst for knowledge is the one you cannot ever quench. I always search for challenges because if a teacher stops selfdevelopment and selfeducation he stops living.

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THE HOSTAGES OF FREEDOM

Posted on December 27, 2017 at 10:00am 0 Comments

Modern age is time of people without gender who live behind transparent walls. This is the time of total race for “likes” and reposts. In rush for originality we become more impersonal than ever. Ethics, morality, traditional foundations become chimeras in the age of sexual revolutions, struggle of all versus all in sake of each other’s rights. Humans seek protection of personal information, they fight for the right of privacy, at the same time they upload on the internet photos of their…

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At 6:06am on December 22, 2017, PRECIOUS ROMEO said…

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