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  • maiyang1 - ✨Mai Yang✨ @maiyang1 4 minutes ago
  • What a great time helping #UWOshkosh college students in their cultural community connection studies to understand what it was like as Hmong woman who grew up in two different generations, who escaped genocide in Laos to living in Thailand refugee camps, and the assimilating to America.  They asked some hard questions and even got me reminiscing on things that were buried. 
The takeaways these students shared about our time together were priceless. One said he is now inspired to learn more about other cultures having grown up in a white community, another said it’s solidifies that hard work pays off, and another was encouraged by my positivity and resilience. 
It reminded me the importance of diversity & embracing our differences.  Our differences are our STRENGTHS. 
In a connected world, we have lost the art of connecting, human connections.  I challenge you to get to know someone this week from a different culture, ask them questions and truly listen to learn.
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#diversity #culture #learn #grow What a great time helping #uwoshkosh college students in their cultural community connection studies to understand what it was like as Hmong woman who grew up in two different generations, who escaped genocide in Laos to living in Thailand refugee camps, and the assimilating to America. They asked some hard questions and even got me reminiscing on things that were buried. The takeaways these students shared about our time together were priceless. One said he is now inspired to learn more about other cultures having grown up in a white community, another said it’s solidifies that hard work pays off, and another was encouraged by my positivity and resilience. It reminded me the importance of diversity & embracing our differences. Our differences are our STRENGTHS. In a connected world, we have lost the art of connecting, human connections. I challenge you to get to know someone this week from a different culture, ask them questions and truly listen to learn. . #diversity #culture #learn #grow
  • What a great time helping #uwoshkosh college students in their cultural community connection studies to understand what it was like as Hmong woman who grew up in two different generations, who escaped genocide in Laos to living in Thailand refugee camps, and the assimilating to America. They asked some hard questions and even got me reminiscing on things that were buried. The takeaways these students shared about our time together were priceless. One said he is now inspired to learn more about other cultures having grown up in a white community, another said it’s solidifies that hard work pays off, and another was encouraged by my positivity and resilience. It reminded me the importance of diversity & embracing our differences. Our differences are our STRENGTHS. In a connected world, we have lost the art of connecting, human connections. I challenge you to get to know someone this week from a different culture, ask them questions and truly listen to learn. . #diversity #culture #learn #grow
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  • metzlikanata - Metzli-Kanata @metzlikanata 6 minutes ago
  • ~Valley of Mexico, the bellybutton of the Universe~ 🌌  Each 🔺= 28 days 
Triangle #1: composed of 28 days= Number of days in one lunar phase. 
Triangle #2: composed of 182 days= cycle of the corn 🌽 harvest (important staple and spiritual crop). Triangle #3: composed of 273 days (91+91+91)= Cycle of the development of a baby in mother’s womb (Pregnancy). 🤰 
Triangle #4: 364 days= Lunar count 🌝 
The number 4 represents the orderly union of numbers, also represented in the 4 stations of the year, and the 4 Lunar Phases among other elements. 🔶
In Pythagora’s astronomy classes, he indicated that the Earth was in the centre of the Universe and that the Moon was inclined towards the equator of the earth. His research on the cosmos was based on mathematical equations and observation. He believed that the cosmos was ordered mathematically and thus, his understanding of planets behaviours and positioning were astonishing. 🔶
The ancient Mexicas were also interested in the study of the cosmos (or the ordering of the universe), they respected the natural laws and those of the universe under cosmic and mathematical principles. 
They understood that through mathematics they could comprehend the natural laws and those of humans. 🔶
The Mexicas created their own numerical system in harmony with the order of the universe, similar to many Astronomers, in this case we make reference to Greek astronomy. 🔶
For the Mexica people the concept of numerical triangles, “dual parity” and the triangular pyramid shape of balance was key to understanding the union of elements and their outcome. 🔶
Now, combine the 4 triangles in the image, these form a 3D pyramid and in the centre, the eagle standing on a cactus 🌵 plant eating the snake 🐍 is a symbol of Mexico. 
Mexico in the centre of the lunar count. ➰➰➰➰➰➰➰➰➰➰➰➰➰➰ #closertoyourroots #bringingyoucloser #inspiringchange #neverstoplearning #culture #shareculture #theresancientwisdom #natureswonders #thecosmos #cosmo #balance #productswithastory #enterpreneur #enterpreneurrevolution #changebusinessmindset #openyoureyes #productsthatspeak #humble #weareallone #energy #knowledge #wisdom ~Valley of Mexico, the bellybutton of the Universe~ 🌌 Each 🔺= 28 days Triangle #1: composed of 28 days= Number of days in one lunar phase. Triangle #2: composed of 182 days= cycle of the corn 🌽 harvest (important staple and spiritual crop). Triangle #3: composed of 273 days (91+91+91)= Cycle of the development of a baby in mother’s womb (Pregnancy). 🤰 Triangle #4: 364 days= Lunar count 🌝 The number 4 represents the orderly union of numbers, also represented in the 4 stations of the year, and the 4 Lunar Phases among other elements. 🔶 In Pythagora’s astronomy classes, he indicated that the Earth was in the centre of the Universe and that the Moon was inclined towards the equator of the earth. His research on the cosmos was based on mathematical equations and observation. He believed that the cosmos was ordered mathematically and thus, his understanding of planets behaviours and positioning were astonishing. 🔶 The ancient Mexicas were also interested in the study of the cosmos (or the ordering of the universe), they respected the natural laws and those of the universe under cosmic and mathematical principles. They understood that through mathematics they could comprehend the natural laws and those of humans. 🔶 The Mexicas created their own numerical system in harmony with the order of the universe, similar to many Astronomers, in this case we make reference to Greek astronomy. 🔶 For the Mexica people the concept of numerical triangles, “dual parity” and the triangular pyramid shape of balance was key to understanding the union of elements and their outcome. 🔶 Now, combine the 4 triangles in the image, these form a 3D pyramid and in the centre, the eagle standing on a cactus 🌵 plant eating the snake 🐍 is a symbol of Mexico. Mexico in the centre of the lunar count. ➰➰➰➰➰➰➰➰➰➰➰➰➰➰ #closertoyourroots #bringingyoucloser #inspiringchange #neverstoplearning #culture #shareculture #theresancientwisdom #natureswonders #thecosmos #cosmo #balance #productswithastory #enterpreneur #enterpreneurrevolution #changebusinessmindset #openyoureyes #productsthatspeak #humble #weareallone #energy #knowledge #wisdom
  • ~Valley of Mexico, the bellybutton of the Universe~ 🌌 Each 🔺= 28 days Triangle #1: composed of 28 days= Number of days in one lunar phase. Triangle #2: composed of 182 days= cycle of the corn 🌽 harvest (important staple and spiritual crop). Triangle #3: composed of 273 days (91+91+91)= Cycle of the development of a baby in mother’s womb (Pregnancy). 🤰 Triangle #4: 364 days= Lunar count 🌝 The number 4 represents the orderly union of numbers, also represented in the 4 stations of the year, and the 4 Lunar Phases among other elements. 🔶 In Pythagora’s astronomy classes, he indicated that the Earth was in the centre of the Universe and that the Moon was inclined towards the equator of the earth. His research on the cosmos was based on mathematical equations and observation. He believed that the cosmos was ordered mathematically and thus, his understanding of planets behaviours and positioning were astonishing. 🔶 The ancient Mexicas were also interested in the study of the cosmos (or the ordering of the universe), they respected the natural laws and those of the universe under cosmic and mathematical principles. They understood that through mathematics they could comprehend the natural laws and those of humans. 🔶 The Mexicas created their own numerical system in harmony with the order of the universe, similar to many Astronomers, in this case we make reference to Greek astronomy. 🔶 For the Mexica people the concept of numerical triangles, “dual parity” and the triangular pyramid shape of balance was key to understanding the union of elements and their outcome. 🔶 Now, combine the 4 triangles in the image, these form a 3D pyramid and in the centre, the eagle standing on a cactus 🌵 plant eating the snake 🐍 is a symbol of Mexico. Mexico in the centre of the lunar count. ➰➰➰➰➰➰➰➰➰➰➰➰➰➰ #closertoyourroots #bringingyoucloser #inspiringchange #neverstoplearning #culture #shareculture #theresancientwisdom #natureswonders #thecosmos #cosmo #balance #productswithastory #enterpreneur #enterpreneurrevolution #changebusinessmindset #openyoureyes #productsthatspeak #humble #weareallone #energy #knowledge #wisdom
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