Teaching Kids: Peace

If you have children of your own, have interacted with children, or have just observed children in the wild then you know that the word “peace” is not an accurate descriptor for childhood. Childhood is chaos and craziness with a little bit of calm only […]

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Becoming

In my previous post, I discussed how we so often place too much value on our identities and measurable personality traits. We take all the assessments and online quizzes to determine our Myers- Briggs or Enneagram type. We devour the definitions of these personality types […]

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Peace is Not

ISFJ. Six. S. Beaver. Quality Time. Mercy. Do you know what those mean? Chances are you do because we are so curious about ourselves, what makes us tick, our strengths and weaknesses, and the why behind the who. We have become obsessed with the search […]

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