To love freedom, one must be more than simply aware of it. One must grapple with what it means, what it feels like to have it and lose it, and what it costs to preserve it.
Children are born with a burning curiosity about the world around them. We don’t claim to give that to them but we do promise to join them in their wonderment. We promise to encourage them to keep asking questions and dig in the dirt and stare out the windows.
While we can’t even imagine the world our children will be living in as adults, we can trust that they will be well-practiced at Wonder in making decisions based on the best character traits within themselves. They will know who they are and how special they are. They will know when to say, “no” and when to say, “yes.”
Our community exists to shine light on each other’s special gifts and to support each other in the development of them. The light reflects back and a reciprocity of nurturing each other grows in our studios.
The greatest teachers in the history of the world loved humanity enough not to give out answers to questions.