Moved by my young contemporaries I write to echo practices I tried with them - or which were created conjointly.
I am writing to testify, to dialogue, to stimulate. I write for the love of people and words : to speak justly is such a challenge!
I write to offer a fresh perspective and dignified practices.
Loué Soit Je
In French 2016
Collective book where many contributors of various professional social and cultural fields exhibit their use of self-praise. This book will inspire anyone refusing to give up or consent to decline. The reader will find a thousand ideas with which he can draw his own furrow of hope in his community. Let’s be those who are constantly dazzled by human nature.
This book is the story of a project from its genesis to its outcomes. The floor is given to young people (17-22 years), final-year students of a technical school, and their teacher with which the project was developed and conducted.
An invitation to become familiar with the project pedagogy, learning method to intensify the flavor of the present, to find ways to be creative and get out of sterile conflicts.
Preface Cecile Ladjali
Afterword by Philippe Meirieu
"When young people are violent, it means that they come stripping our hospices
and the coats that suffocate us.”
It is with these words that Marie Milis, professor of mathematics and ethics in Brussels, presented her unique pedagogical gesture “Remember your nobility” to the Grand Souffle editor.
An educational countdown, an innovative method practiced with struggling pupils, based on self-praise and praise of others.
Preface and afterword by Christiane Singer
"To find the spirit of childhood, to discover the pleasure of writing,
bear witness of an inner beauty. "
Self-praise is a universal millenary practice, still alive in Africa today. It helps to put into words what comes from the soul.
It boosts self-esteem and reconnect each to his talent and to others. It is written in "I" with emphasis and poetry, a text that speaks for itself and proclaims it, honoring a personal epic.
Everything is authentic and without arrogance.
A collection of 60 self-praises by Marie Milis, gathered by Leonardo Call as a birthday present.
Foreword Henry Bauchau.
Three women narrate their pilgrimage to Tibet around Mount Kailash, the abode of the gods to the great religions of Asia.
The polyphony of writing has no other purpose than to propose several gateways to this inner journey, many paths, and several areas of "implementation".
In short, this book is an invitation to an internal journey, a pilgrimage in itself.