Life experiences, thoughts, and learnings for nearly all individuals are lost in time, to be painfully relearned again and again by subsequent generations. What caring parent would not want their children to know what they know, see what they have seen, learn from their mistakes, and hopefully be guided by their wisdom? Simply talking to children and living with them is no longer enough in today's world of ten thousand distractions. Although wisdom is approachable in many books, why must it be gleaned through poems and stories? It does not need to be so inaccessible. Collected wisdom must start somewhere, it must be allowed to expand and grow, and it must be continually updated and renewed by our children, and their children, and beyond. This is a modest compilation of wisdom, a beginning, to be supplemented and changed by future generations.
- Paperback | 152 pages
- 107.95 x 174.75 x 8.89mm | 176.9g
- 07 Nov 2009
- London, United Kingdom