When a group of men are asked to sit and discuss “courage”, the conversation will almost always focus on physical courage. Physical courage is the type of courage required to sacrifice your physical body in hopes of reaching some desired outcome. In modern life physical courage can be witnessed in a hockey arena, a boxing ring, or with the direst consequences, on a battlefield.
A friend's son recently moved back home so that he could afford to go back to school. He would often leave the kitchen a mess after making a meal. Once they had a conversation about the importance of cleaning up after yourself so everyone could enjoy the space, they have been able to enjoy time together with few disagreements. He recognizes the importance of cleaning up after himself and keeping the shared space enjoyable!
As a parent, that IS your mission—whether or not you accept it. And it might seem to be, everything, but simple.
Six years ago, our lives were changed forever when we received our first-ever foster placement, a sibling set of four children between the ages of six and nine.
Do you know where this line came from? “You have chosen wisely.”
If you are over 40 and consider yourself a movie buff, you are proudly answering that it came from the movie, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.
To all the amazing women out there, you truly make the world go round. We wouldn’t know what to do with out you, who you are makes a difference!
Seems like a number of our clients are new grandparents and naturally they're interested in taking steps to help pay for college down the road. So, what is the best way for a retiree, a grandparent, to help pay for their grandchild's college?