The last stanza in Frost’s poem finds the speaker predicting that he will
look back upon his decision, the choice to take one path over another,
“with a sigh.” The tone of the speaker’s “sigh,” regret or gratitude, for
making the decision that he did is unknown to the reader. We are left to
contemplate it for ourselves, because regardless of the choices we make
in our lives, the decision will make “all the difference.”
“I shall be telling this with a sigh
Somewhere ages and ages hence
Two roads diverged in a yellow wood and, I
I took the one less traveled by
And that has made all the difference.”
- Last Stanza of Frost’s poem: The Road Not Taken (Test)
Further programs/sites to look at:
www.yogaminded.com a curriculum for people all ages but
has a section called yoga for teens. Limited access to view all
curriculum details but program encompasses physical,
mental and spiritual benefits.
www.teenyoga.co.uk linked to Leeds University for research
and development. The founder states: "My main interest at
the moment is how we avoid and deconstruct the
brutalization of boys through empowering girls and women.
I see yoga as so much more than postures. I see mindful yoga
as a lifestyle, a way of empowering and enriching our lives on
www.iynaus.org An interview with Geeta Iyengar on teaching
yoga philosophy to children and teens.
http://mindfulnessinschools.org a project that provides
training and current research on mindfulness use in schools.
Bragdon, Allen D. "Your Brain and What It Does" Limbic System. Digital
image. Brainwaves. Web. http://www.brainwaves.com