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So happy that the context views made a difference. It helped that several of us from edcontexts took part in clmooc together and used that energy to energize ourselves 🙂

Re: Eid (thanks for the wishes!) Well Mubarak means “blessed” and adjectives in Arabic go AFTER the noun… So happy Eid Mubarak is a very Anglo-Arab expression ppl who are bilingual will get. But usually we would say either Happy Eid or Eid Mubarak but not both 🙂