NEW LIFE BEGINS
What limits are placed upon a soul at the time of birth?
Can we be taught how to THINK like Leonardo da Vinci or William Shakespeare or Marie Curie?
Might we teach our children to FEEL like St. Francies of Assisi or English-born Beatrice Webb or Texan John Howard Griffin?
Should we encourage children to live like Mohandas K. Gandhi or Mother Teresa or Malala Yousafzai, the youngest recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize?
How does one become a compassionate leader of Self and others? A mental gymnast, fluid in thought and expression? Living with an open mind and open heart?
Is it possible for intelligence to be developed?
Intuition to be taught?
Perhaps the answers are in the questions we ask.
That’s the point of view author Barbara Condron raises in HOW TO RAISE AN INDIGO CHILD.
She offers a real time account of the first years of life through the eyes
of the child, the parent, and society.