Here is a thought by S. Brian Willson which has really caught my attention.
“A life defined by sustainability is a life more or less permanently able to perpetuate itself, generation after generation. Perhaps if we choose to recover our senses, we will recognize the basic requirements for survival, with dignity, tapping into our deepest evolutionary mechanisms”.
I am very interested in the idea of sustainability and how I can learn to ‘tread more lightly’ on the earth. However the more important idea to me right now is that of dignity.
What does that mean?
How does the idea of dignity apply to my work with children?
Food for thought.