Sunday, September 27, 2015
Through out the month, as an opening activity, the youth are invited to color and create unique designs using a process called Rangoli which uses a dot background or grid as a basis for forming the finished design.
Last Sunday the youth were also invited to create a Divinity Collage using pictures or words that describe or represent their idea of Spirit. Pictured above is Sofia who used words that lead to another word in a piece she titled "The path to Enlightenment" (she's 8).
Week after week I am filled up to overflowing with joy and wonder as I witness the natural brilliance of these amazing youth. All of the planning and preparation for teaching them, doesn't come close to the things they teach me!
Life is indeed GOOD.
Susan Robinson, RScP
Sunday, August 9, 2015
- Ezra likes to clear the dishes and bowls from the table after meals.
- Elisha takes care of the dog and does chores around the house.
- Gracie likes to give her mom a back rub, pulling weeds, cleaning her room and giving 100's of hugs.
- Scarlet helps with gardening and baking with her mom.
- Elani likes to do service to the world by talking to the plants and animals.
- Oren helps his friends when they are sick or don't feel well.
- Isabel helps with the laundry.
- Sam likes playing with pets and letting his parents drink out of his special mug!
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