For no one
ever counts to
But there is
a lonelier place
than to be
It is to be one,
you are deeply Loved.
My Dear Friends,
one and one
is far, far more
One and one
when in Love.
of our precious Hearts
in the shadow
the Human Heart,
residing in the dark.
The Flame of Life
And True Love
To be alive
is to live
in Love –
Joyously, Boldly, Bravely –
and live Life
with the beat
of a Beautiful Melody
that pierces the sound
and fills the Soul
can never say goodbye
And neither will
in the warm Embrace
“Love never dies.
Inspired speech will be over some day;
praying in tongues will end;
understanding will reach its limit.
We know only a portion of the Truth,
and what we say about God is always incomplete.
But when the Complete arrives,
our incompletes will be canceled.”
– Corinthians 13:8-10
is worth living,
if in the throes of the Love
The Value of Time.
Dr. Leslie Weatherhead
calculated the average length of a life
using the hours of one day
to illustrate the importance of recognizing
the value of time.
that if your age is 15, the time is 10:25 a.m.
If your age is 20, the time is 11:34.
If your age is 25, the time is 12:42 p.m.
If you’re 30, the time is 1:51.
If you’re 35, the time is 3:00.
If you’re 40 the time is 4:08.
At age 45, the time is 5:15.
If you’re 50, the time is 6:25.
By age 55, the time is 7:24.
If you’re 60, the time is 8:42.
If you’re 65, the time is 9:51.
And if you you’re 70 the time is 11 p.m.
It may be
Nobel Prize-winning physicist
Charles H. Townes
‘they [Religion and science]
both represent man’s efforts
to understand his universe
and must ultimately be dealing with the same substance.
As we understand more in each realm,
the two must grow together…
converge they must’
a beloved favorite piece:
“The Seal Lullaby”
by Eric Whitacre
& The Eric Whitacre Singers
It is Simply breathtaking.
From the album Light & Gold
(available on Amazon and iTunes).
Seal Lullaby – Poem by Rudyard Kipling
Oh! hush thee, my baby, the night is behind us,
And black are the waters that sparkled so green.
The moon, o’er the combers, looks downward to find us
At rest in the hollows that rustle between.
Where billow meets billow, there soft be thy pillow;
Ah, weary wee flipperling, curl at thy ease!
The storm shall not wake thee, nor shark overtake thee,
Asleep in the arms of the slow-swinging seas.
Remember to Click here
to enjoy the Beautiful Music and lyrics.
2018-19 Anderson School Calendar
September 4 – December 21 2018
Sept. 4 (Tuesday) First Day of First Semester
Oct 8 (Monday) Columbus Day Holiday
Nov. 19 – 23 Thanksgiving / Fall Break
T. B. A. Texas A.G.T. Conference (no school)
Dec. 21 (Friday) Last Day of Fall Semester
Dec. 24 – Jan. 7 Winter Break Holidays
January 8 – May 24 2019
Jan. 8 (Tuesday) Second Semester begins
Jan. 21 (Monday) Rev. Dr. Martin L. King Holiday
Feb. 18 (Monday) President’s Day Holiday
Mar. 11 -15 Spring Break Holidays
April 19 & 22 (Fri. & Mon.) Good Friday & Easter Holidays
May 20 Prep. Day for Adventure Trip (no school)
May 21 – 24 Adventure Trip
May 24 Last Day of Semester
Dr. & Mrs. Anderson may schedule 2-5 additional days
(to be announced later) for In-service Training.
Visit our website at http://www.andersonschool.net
for updated information.
The School Calendar is subject to change.
There are no make-up days
if school is closed due to
Inclement Weather Policy:
the school will close if Fort Worth I. S. D. is closed.
(Calendar 2018-2019 / approved 7-29-18)