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Children by nature our creative, vibrant, enthusiastic information sponges. It is not their responsibility to determine what they should or should not absorb. At early stages of development (especially under the age of 7), they are simply being informed by their environments. What goes in is our responsibility. The trouble is that generation after generation we have been fed the same diet of propaganda. Few have been taught to think for themselves and the ones that have been are afraid to share their awareness.
When we assume that children have no power over their environments, they become fearful, helpless or, worse yet, dependent on others to constantly meet their needs. How many adults in your life do you know who have never grown out of this phase? When we invite children to solve their perceived problems, they learn that they have dominion over their environments. They become confident and thus we can relax a bit more.
This is true on many levels and regardless of the child. It’s so easy to see their small body or a child that is meeting with challenges and assume that they can’t. What happens if we assume that they can?
There are times in our lives where we have to take action, where we have to be responsible. By taking action, I do not mean to take action over others. I mean to take action for ourselves and our futures. By being responsible, I mean responding to a situation, from...
It seems to me that in the innocence of our children, we can most often find the solutions. I do not know if this story is true and I don’t think that was the point. I believe that it was the innocence of being curious and willing to see through another lens that brought this story about. I do know that this made me feel better and so I thought I would share!
Several months ago, I took a 10-day bus trip through the four corners in the United States. During that trip we stopped at a church known as a place of pilgrimage. The energy of the church was filled with the essence of the Divine Mother and although it warmed my...
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