I found an old workbook page today from Solai’s English from 6 months ago. This particular page was teaching that nouns are also an idea, “things we cannot see or touch such as bravery, beauty, or honesty.”
So, sentence number two said:
Truth and justice are two things that are highly valued.
I asked Solai if she could use ‘justice’ in a sentence:
I asked her if she knew what ‘justice’ was. Her thoughts on justice:
Sentence 3: The beauty of the flower garden was breathtaking.
“Solai, what is beauty?”
“Solai, can I say that this is beautiful but this is not, that this person’s face is beautiful but this one’s is not? ”
She lights up, and enlightens me with her classic panna (wisdom).
Clearly, she is an experienced soul and is so very patient in teaching her mother the very limited amounts I can contain.
“Tell me why you are smiling my son
Do you have a secret you can tell everyone?
Do you know more than men who are wise?
Can you see what we all must disguise in your loving eye?”
What have you to say friend? What does your child teach you? Every day, every single damn day, when I am still for long enough, I get some pearl from this one. Just this evening, I was yelling at them to go to bed. She comes, puts her hands on my face and says softly, “Mommy, I’m not saying that this is true, but we’re trying really hard and still you are getting upset. Maybe you are just upset about something else and you’re taking it out on us. Could this be Mommy? ”
Sigh. Your turn. Speak, or just go hug your angels for being so patient with you, and for teaching you so much. So much.
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