I couldn’t answer as they wished. It’s not that my kids never do anything wrong, it’s just that, in our household, discipline is proactive, not reactive. We don’t punish them for doing wrong. We prepare them to do right.
Monthly Archive: July 2013
How quickly amazing can become ordinary, and the little things that once inspired us and brought awe to our faces can be missed.
Rules are just rules—and likely to be broken—unless they are expressed in the context of personal loving and caring relationships.
There’s still a pile of rocks in my front yard, right next to my driveway, where I unloaded them from the van after I shared this message a few weeks ago. Every time I pull in, I think I should put those rocks away. But I haven’t.
It’s at the water’s edge where it all falls apart for most of us. But this where I often find myself—standing six feet back from the water’s edge waiting for the water to stop flowing.