Last week was an interesting week.
On the day my six year old was sent home from school for hitting a girl in the face was not my happiest moment, however something unusual happened. I was emailed a video of this guy creating an 8 foot tall chocolate giraffe.
Now this email came from my mother whom I don’t talk to on a regular basis (another story at another time) and she said she wants one for her birthday. To say the least I got God chills. Like what does this mean?
So I had to look up Mark’s book to see what it was about. The story of Joey and the Giraffe is all about teaching character.
Although I know my son isn’t having trouble in school just from character issues I feel this was a sign to start focusing on his root beliefs and how people are around him everyday.
I know just by our continual interactions with others and how our household is run is sometimes disconcerting. We live with my father-in-law and he isn’t the easiest to live with. Often TJ will hear unkind things said and not always in the best tones of voice.
This all happened on kindness week as well so not a coincidence. I am grateful to be shaken to the core about how we are shaping this little mind and hopefully how we can be better.
Good job Heather, I love that you are finding lessons in everything that happens.
I love how the intuition shows hints about the important things in life through “coincidences” and serendipity. It is things like this that makes life so magical to me. I’m sure you’ll work it out with the living conditions. Kids know and understand. Often a lot more than grown ups do.
What you are dealing with is tough. Use the 7 laws of the mind to be the best example for him.
Bravo Heather for being the objective Observer.