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Old 07-12-2008, 05:05 PM View Post #31 (Link)
Sofiel (Offline)
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Originally Posted by Tsuki Hikari View Post
o_O monk?
what kind of school do you go to?
Haha..
In grade 6 I went to Ryerson...
It's a normal public school, but I was in a special program called Sage Quest.
It was a language arts program, so basically we had a double period of 'Global Education' on wednesdays... practically no math or science, and a lot of visitors. Instead of math or science, we praticed for the musical we were to preform at the end of the year!

In 'Global Education' we watched movies, had discussions and such. A monk came in once, and he was talking about the conditions/beliefs in ... (oh god, I can't even remember where he came from) ... after his 'talk' with us we had to do a 24 hour vow of silence, and a 36 hour famine.

It was really fun, but my mother wouldn't let me stay there.... She moved me to a normal school for 7th grade.


When's this going to start up again?
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