10 Rules for Students, Teachers, and Life 10 Rules for Students, Teachers, and Life
created by artist and educator Sister Carita Kent (1918–1986), evolved from a class project 1967-1968. Imbedded in the list were her deep concerns focusing on peace and social justice. Through her life, she created hundreds of serigraph editions, watercolors, and many commissioned art pieces. In 1971, what would become the largest copyrighted artwork in the world was produced for the Boston Gas Company three years after she left her Roman Catholic religious order.
A few of her life lessons from
- “Life is a succession of moments, to live each one is to succeed.”
- “Nothing is a mistake. There’s no win and no fail. There’s only make.”
- “Don’t belittle yourself. Be BIG yourself.” Being a care partner is BIG.
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Life is a Complicated Business” painted in 1967.
The following years, her prints were identified as “a set of heroes and sheroes.”
Life Lesson: “Find a path or make one.”—Seneca