A FEW RULES FOR BEGINNERS – Katherine Mansfield / When everything in life that we really accept undergoes a change

I want to be all that I am capable of becoming

Its oldest building is the 1858 Colonial Cottage in Mount Cook, while the tallest building is the Majestic Centre (on Willis Street at 116 metres high). Wellington it is at the south-western tip of the North Island (between Cook Strait and the Rimutaka Range). You can discover that this town it is the world’s windiest city. On Cable Street, a modernist building housing the Museum of New Zealand, the Te Papa Tongarewa. The annual children’s Artsplash Festival, here brings together of students from across the region, with music and dance performances and the presentation of visual arts. Among its notable people, you will have the opportunity to discover the poet Katherine Mansfield.

Life never becomed a habit to her, but always remained a marvel. In her opinion, could we change our attitude, we should not only see life differently, but life itself would come to be different. She is buried in the cemetery of the town of Avon, where there is a street named in her honour. KATHERINE MANSFIELD was born in a October day 1888, in Wellington (New Zealand). She moved to Europe as a young woman, where married John Middleton Murry. Later she joined the Institute for the Harmonious Development of Man (south of Paris, France). For her, regret was an appalling waste of energy, because can’t build on it, it’s only good for wallowing in. She had much influence on the development of the short story as a form of literature. New Zealand master of the short story, with delicate stories focused upon psychological conflicts that have an obliqueness of narration.

A FEW RULES FOR BEGINNERSBabies must not eat the coal and they must not make grimaces, nor in party dresses roll and must never black their faces. They must learn that pointing’s rude, they must sit quite still at table, and must always eat the food put before them, if they’re able. If they fall, they must not cry, though it’s known how painful this is. No, there’s always Mother by who will comfort them with kisses.

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