They say that children are innocent with pure thoughts and the old become wise in their ability to recognize or apprehend. I’ve wondered about the similarities and differences of these qualities. I remember the time when my daughter was young and how her truthful comments and questions would stop me in my tracks. She wasContinue reading “Innocence and Wisdom”
Be strong, inner child Be strong and courageous To place trust in you Will prove to be advantageous There will be much you can’t do Making life ambiguous It’s always so when it’s new Until you choose to be ambitious Be strong, inner child For trust in you fuels my soul With your dreams andContinue reading “Be Strong, Inner Child”
Photo by Paige Cody on Unsplash It is a child’s question That causes us to stop with curiosity, Search for a response honestly And openly reflect and learn It is a child’s question That leads us to let go of animosity, Compels us to act compassionately And consider the vulnerable with concern ItContinue reading “It is a Child’s Question”
Treasures that ignite innocence, Give reason to just appreciate. Calling upon wonder curiously, Waking one’s endless quest to grow. Happy blossoms with cheerful presence Always open and considerate Daring adults to live ambiguously There’s so much for them to still know Carrying within them a unique essence, Love, through them, emanates. While movingContinue reading “Children”
I loved hearing how Cesar Harada’s way of teaching science brings awareness to environmental issues and includes the younger generation in the innovation for cleaning the world. It’s amazing how curiosity and innocence can bring out respectful solutions.