“Children speak the language of flowers and understand the whispers of the wind.
They’re in tune with the subtle songs of the forest; they can listen to the trees, interpret the chatter of the rivers, and intuit the meaning of each sparkle of sun.
They don’t have to be told to look for the magic in life. They can see it, feel it, and taste its sweetness everywhere.
Our job isn’t to correct that, but to nurture it, to preserve it, and perhaps even to re-learn it.”
– Christen Rogers