Hosted by: Cynthia Blomquist Gustavson
In this episode, Cynthia gives us the idea of our "home" grid to ponder on. At the home you grew up in, you know where each side of the world is, you see the world through it. But there is even more to that.
🥶 00:15 Cynthia muses about how it finally got cold in Oklahoma.
🧭 00:51 Today's poem is a new one, exploring the symbolism of the sides of the world using the "grid".
🌐 01:38 The "grid" exists everywhere - you always know the sides of the world.
️🎙️ 02:00 Poem: "The Grid"
🧩 03:10 This week's question: how do you see the entire world through the grid of your first home?
🏫 04:17 "...as we get older, the only way that we learn something new..."
❔ 05:10 Is that working for you?
📲 06:02 Visit Cynthia at
http://cynthiagustavson.com and find out more about her book, Bully! The Big Book About Bullies and the Bullied, at https://www.bloomingtwig.com/Authors/Cynthia-Gustavson.
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