Being raised with a small farm and a big work ethic, I have always appreciated how a back-to-basics approach to parenting is the answer to what ills many families today.
Simplifying our over-complicated, over-stimulated lives is what children need.
They need to count the stars, find shapes in clouds, run their hands through shifting mud, make shapes in the sand, listen to birds calling their young, and count their footsteps through pastures and fields.
Children with very little are rarely poor; it is those with too much who are creatively poor, who lack imagination and are short on grit.
Watch this insightful video that beautifully contrasts “The Poorness in our Wealth.”