Our S2 Pupils have been learning about Life after Death.
We have been learning about how Karma can affect reincarnation and so our pupils have designed their own snakes and ladders boards. There are some wonderful examples of this. I love seeing the creativity from the kids.
Many people believe in reincarnation. The idea that people are reborn as another living thing when they die.
There are many religious and non religious examples of this…
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Could play the piano fluently from a young age. Composed many pieces of work from the age of 4. Claimed he could remember music from before.
Carl Friedrich Gauss
At the age of 3 Gauss could solve complicated mathematical problems. He went on to become a great mathematician.
The Buddhist Monk the Dalai Lama is the 14th incarnation of the Dalai Lama. This short video explains how the new Dalai Lama is found.
This is a documentary about a young boy from Glasgow who remembers a previous life on the island of Barra.
Here are some useful pages for help with looking at charities. If you are completing the course on charities and researching.
OSCR is the organisation that all charities must register with. On their website you can search the local area to see what charities there is and further information about the charities. Here are all the charities in East Lothian.
How to help a charity
There are many ways you can help a charity without giving money. Here is a list of some ideas. Ways of giving to a charity without money.
Arguments for and Against Helping a Charity.
There are many arguments for and against helping charities. There are some that argue that it is ethically wrong to give to charity, others argue it is part pop human nature. This website here is helpful in providing arguments for and against.
Here is some ideas as to how best to fundraise.
How charities are fundraising – The Guardian Article
How to change the World – Guardian Article