We are being thankful to our mothers for many reasons. During this week we focus on spending time to really think about how special our mother is and how much we love and appreciate our mother's love. We feel this way all the time and we choose to express our gratitude by communicating heartfelt, emotional feelings to our loving mother.
Some tangible expressions can be something for our mother to look back on for years to come. This process will nurture us to think of others and what others might like, which in turn, can learn about appreciation.
Introducing ideas and opportunities for ourselves to talk about the good feelings that come from making something for others is another learning opportunity about giving. Giving does come in many forms indeed. One of the many ways of giving is by sharing our melodious voice to the plants for them to feel cared or loved.
Sharing our attention as paying attention to the ones in need demonstrates how we really tune in to our experience in each moment. The result is feeling a sense of connection between all of us.
The above small act of kindness is exhibited by Isha and George when we notice a worm has a cut on the body lying on the sidewalk. We decide to bring it back to extend some ways for the worm to feel better.
It feels good to help those who are in need - even when they are just small creatures. This learning opportunity nurtures our compassion whenever we care enough to do something to help.
Being inspired by the change of season like sunnier days, we take up our running shoes to begin our short distance jogging exercise. We set some small goals to reach a short distance within a short time. With this exercise we aim to strengthen our bones and muscles, help improve coordination, and exercise our cardiovascular system. And the most important thing is to have fun! For example, Brooks demonstrate running in style by taking a few snapshots of interesting things around him.
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