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Love Your Children

July 4, 2015

Dear Ones,
Happy Independence Day! Take a moment this week to be thankful we live in a country where we have all of the blessings we do. Life in the United States of America isn’t perfect for everyone, but I can’t think of any other place where life is. This week’s blog raises questions about what I believe is one root cause for why life is difficult: how we birth and raise children. The blog is entitled “Love Your Children” and it comes from Vision Seed Seven which is “You can’t spoil a child with too much love.” (www.marlisewabunwind.com/blog.htm) I will continue with the theme of love in my next blog. Understanding love and how to grow it is so important for us to learn.
Jennie Stephens and I are working on the final edit of the young adult novel we have written. This week we will be approaching agents with it. I am so excited we can communicate some of the ancient wisdom I have learned to a younger generation in a form they (and the young at heart) will really enjoy.
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Have a grateful and loving week.
Warmly,
Marlise Wabun Wind