I remember when pointing out a train in the distance intrigued everyone. It was our family’s version of a rainbow. But rainbows fade.
How many times have you heard someone whose children are all grown up say they didn’t spend enough time with their kids when they were little?
Even though I’m Jewish, I find Christmas has some wonderful aspects to it that even those of us who don’t celebrate it can love and enjoy.
We spend our lives looking, chasing, and seeking. For what? For understanding, for knowledge, for joy, for wisdom. Sometimes, it’s right in front of us.
Summer camp to us meant playing ball in the streets, occasional trips to the area pool, and watching a lot of TV. We occasionally got bored. But that’s OK.
Recent studies support a call to ban homework in elementary school. However, homework can help a child learn responsibility as well as just plain learn.