Tag: children’s literature
Think kid, THINK! We were all created, made by God, according to a set of rules. Those rules dictate function and outcome, the natural order of things. There are aberrations, but they have to be called aberrations–perversions–of that natural order. You cannot make aberrations the rule without destroying the natural order. Without Natural Law, there is no existence. Reality implodes, and we are sucked into a black hole of nihilism.
As a special educator of over ten years, this challenge has arisen almost daily as I have attempted to introduce innocent and frangible little minds to the kinds of reality-based lessons they need to navigate a complex and risky world.