Laurent Linn: Embrace Who You Are


Aug 11, 2021

Embrace who you are.

Laurent Linn

Laurent Linn is an author, illustrator, art director, and former puppet designer (he designed and built puppets in the legendary Muppets Workshop!). He has been inventing worlds of wonder and magic for children for decades. In this episode, his conversation with David leads to a clear message for children today: Don’t worry what other people think of you. In fact, it’s none of your business! Embrace who you are, regardless of others’ opinions.

Elisabeth Simard- Check your heart before responding.


Aug 11, 2021

Check your heart before responding.

Elisabeth Simard

Elisabeth Simard is a certified Simplicity Parenting Family Life Coach, author of Vivre Simplement (Living Simply) and the mother of three young boys.  Through social media, her podcast, and her training programs, Elisabeth shares her journey toward simple, conscious, and present parenthood with her devoted and international following. Elisabeth and David discuss many topics including raising children in Quebec City, how parents should avoid letting their personal fears impact their children, and how fear can be used as a guide to learn and grow.

Ubuntu: I am who I am because you are who you are


Aug 11, 2021

Ubuntu: I am because you are.

Mashobane Moruthane

Throughout his entire career, Mashobane Moruthane has been bringing together the worlds of movement and learning. While working as a movement and games Waldorf teacher in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, he created the Ubuntu Initiative. As Mashobane defines it, Ubuntu is humanity, unity, togetherness. The central message of Ubuntu is: I am who I am because you are who you are. The Ubuntu Initiative meshes rhythm, balance and movement games with anti-racism and diversity training. This helps create beautiful, joyful and conscious communities. Throughout their conversation, Mashobane and David discuss how we can teach children important lessons of community, empathy and intuition through physical movement and play.

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