|Great mask making activity from Red Ted Art|
Those carefully selected words convey so much meaning, especially with such rich images. Here's what I've learned from this wonderful book:
- Don't fear your anger. Learn to manage it, but don't fear it. You must understand your anger so that it does not own you and control you.
- Make sure you have people in your life you can always come home to -- people that will have your supper waiting for you.
- Be that person to someone else (especially if you are a parent). The value of unconditional love cannot be weighed. It truly does transform loves and nurture a child in a way that nothing else can.
- Speaking of love, love big! My toddler loves it when we say "I'll eat you up I love you so." He knows it means our love for him abounds.
- Don't be afraid to cut loose -- to let the wild rumpus start, so to speak. Life should be enjoyed.
sure you have a private boat -- a special place just for you. This is
the place that helps you find your center, calm your mind and gear up
for life's next adventure or opportunity.
- And finally -- Nurture imagination, dreams, journeys and experiences. We should all go sailing for weeks (even years) at a time. My sailboat, throughout my life, has been my piano and now it is my filmmaking. What's yours?