Navigational Aids

Anonymous says:

I do love to write. Helping others navigate a path that was difficult is in itself a healing process. Most people consider that sharing their stories is pretty personal and really don’t have any sort of “story” to share. This IS too great a request for our generation but what about the next? If we don’t reenter the journey for the purpose of creating a map then what guidance will they have? And by “they” I don’t mean those whom we can touch physically…what happens to our kids when the people that can touch them don’t have a map?

 

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