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.
The sharing of a personal family story models the valuable role of stories in forming our identities.
The metaphor of opening a circle helps us to embody the simplicity and power of including others.
Children help us to see how learning is like kindling a fire, and both require space.
Often, it is others who observe that we’re “in a box” and help us to get out.
A prophet’s first-person tale of befuddled love and reluctant obedience.
The experience of rock climbing teaches that those who have a different perspective can help us muster the courage to take risks.
A story about how easy it is to accept someone else’s truth as our own, and the value in discovering beliefs that are truly ours.
Acorns teach us the immense power of hope in their potential, with a balance of care, luck, and action, to become huge oak trees.
A chocolate bar provides a humorous and theatrical approach to the tough topic of addiction.