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Tobys Tent

Tobys Tent

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Published by Marcus Robbins
This story is an educational allegory of how we function, physically and spiritually. Toby – who is nearly a teenager – wonders why he doesn’t have many friends. In a dream, he meets a colourful team of people who live in a tent. They explain how they help to make him who he is.
This story is an educational allegory of how we function, physically and spiritually. Toby – who is nearly a teenager – wonders why he doesn’t have many friends. In a dream, he meets a colourful team of people who live in a tent. They explain how they help to make him who he is.

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This story is an educational allegory of how wefunction, physically and spiritually. Toby – who isnearly a teenager – wonders why he doesn’t have manyfriends. In a dream, he meets a colourful team of peoplewho live in a tent. They explain how they help to makehim who he is. Unfortunately, they don’t always workas a team, and forget who their leader is. By the end of the dream, Toby has a much better idea of how heworks and what it means to be a friend. Mostimportantly, he discovers who can be his best friend,and how to lead his team. Toby will get answers to moreof his many questions about life and the universe insubsequent stories.Note for Parents and Teachers:Toby’s dream team members are not just from myimagination. They are based on many existing and well-used ideas about how people behave and what theybelieve. Each one of the team corresponds to a faculty of the Octaikon educational model of body and soul that Ihave been developing (see back cover). The model formsthe basis for educational resources that can support aprocess of life-long learning. Most of the resources areexplained and can be accessed at the project website.Marcus RobbinsEaster 2011WEBSITE:
www.octaikon.co.uk
 E-MAIL:
marcus.robbins@virgin.net
 119 Harefields, Oxford, OX2 8NR
© A. Marcus J. Robbins 2011© A. Marcus J. Robbins 2011© A. Marcus J. Robbins 2011© A. Marcus J. Robbins 2011
 

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