MINDFULNESS, n. Attention; regard; heedfulness.
-Noah Webster's 1828 Dictionary
We began the LER talking about how mindful Miss Mason was- how her attention to children and what is true about education has continued to benefit the children in our care, over 100 years after she penned her tomes.
Fittingly, we ended with this verse:
"Not unto us, O LORD, not unto us, but unto thy name give glory, for thy mercy, and for thy truth's sake . . . The LORD hath been mindful of us: he will bless us. . ." Psalm 115:1, 12 (KJV)
|Laurie Bestvater, our featured speaker!|
|Amy (from Peru!) and Richele (from Massachusetts!)|
|Forms of vitality and other pieces.|
|Come on in...|
|This is me, chatting about the paradigm.|
|Jan, Mandy, Melanie and Tom - sitting in the back |
|mothers with daughters|
|What does it mean to be fully alive?|
|The joy of making new friends was evident everywhere.|
|restful location on the prairie|
|Morning worship with Annie. Breathtaking.|