Respecting the Changes Your Children Will Make to the World

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What if instead of trying to get the younger generations to do things the way we think they should, we trusted them to make the changes they see necessary?

In a culture that is so fixated on grasping for control, it's easy to get caught up in it and try to get our children to think like we do or see the world the way that we do.

But the true job of a parent is to be a safe haven and secure base that allows our children the confidence to explore the world fully and adventure beyond our own experiences. To learn MORE than we did and see MORE than we've seen.

Then each generation can do a little more to make the world and humanity better places to exist.


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