Dreams and fantasy are not for children only. One is never too old to dream.
Aging comes with diminishment and limitations, but it does not take the appreciation for a good ride.
Who were your partners in crime in childhood? What was the mischief that you engaged in that made you run like crazy, laugh until you couldn’t talk, and feel alive?
“Keep Moving!” That was our mantra in a recent Nobody Asked Me group.
One of the biggest lies and scandals of childhood was the notion, “sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.”
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This article serves as an introduction to one of our most impactful programs in Spiritual Care called “Nobody Asked Me” (NAM).
Spring cleaning for the soul; reflections on Lent from Chaplain Howard Earle