We experience the dance between death and life by picking and eating leaves from a potted mint plant.
Chicks come inherently prepared for the miraculous effort of breaking free of the confines of their shells, much like Jesus’ break-out from his tomb.
A family of birds discovers that their infectious vision of beloved community calls for building a bigger, stronger nest.
Singing an African American folk song honors Black History Month and connects us to the ongoing struggle for true freedom for African Americans.
When the world gets noisy and chaotic, a retreat to the wilds of silence and darkness can give a restorative peace.
Pieces from a simple board game teach us about commonalities, uniquenesses, and our ultimate membership in the human family.
The sharing of a personal family story models the valuable role of stories in forming our identities.
Children help us to see how learning is like kindling a fire, and both require space.
A conversation with an animated pencil about the meaning of home as a place, and especially as a feeling.
Acorns teach us the immense power of hope in their potential, with a balance of care, luck, and action, to become huge oak trees.