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Rediscovering Gentleness

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December 22, 2021

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Rediscovering Gentleness

Raise your words, not your voice. It is rain that grows flowers, not thunder.

– Rumi –

Rediscovering Gentleness

“At the end of Craig Foster’s 2020 documentary film My Octopus Teacher, he shows his son the wonders of nature along the shore and in the sea. He says the most important thing to learn is a gentleness that thousands of hours in nature can teach a child. The word ‘gentleness’ suddenly stood out and could well be the best description of the film. It is a word rarely used today.” Karachi-based artist Durriya Kazi explores this quality further here. { read more }

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If parenting styles from different cultures were ranked by gentleness, the approach of traditional Inuit parents might come out on top. Learn more about it here. { more }

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