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“As adults we must hold space for young people, and nurture their sense of identity and caring for the world, so that there is room and opportunity for all their wild and wonderful imaginings… and so they can make the world their own.
The future is not really ours to be imagined – it belongs to our children…”
It is summer, and with summer comes that certain sense of freedom in the days that stretch before us filled with possibility. It is like that one gift under the tree that hasn’t yet been opened. In all honesty, I … Continue reading