You will heal humanity, not by bearing children, but birthing the empowered you who asks her man to break out of his patriarchal training to be her match.
What holds us back from thinking about making changes in our life? In other words, when did we hand over the script of our journey to another writer?
When did we grow afraid of strangers? When did the popular wisdom for travelers shift from 'Trust the road and the good Samaritans who walk it' to 'Trust no one'? When did two strangers -- or four strangers -- talking on the train become the exception, rather than the rule?
In Native American culture, it is the role of the mothers and the grandmothers to watch with keen eyes what each kid is like; to notice each child's strength so they can create an environment that fosters those natural inclinations. In this culture, children are as revered as elders because ...
... we belong in places where art is created, where music is heard with passion, and love is felt so deeply that it breaks our hearts just to know that it exists. We belong on trains -- to have the feeling of being alive; of feeding that place in our hearts that must be free. To be free… We are ...