Alfre Woodard


“Good parenting often requires less talking and more listening. When you’re a parent, you have the opportunity to listen to see who your children are, rather than trying to dictate who they are. Our gig is to walk with them on the journey until they learn how to speak the language. They already know why they came here, instinctively and spiritually. All you’re doing is helping them so they get the language to be able to say who they are, and they start saying it pretty early on. Whatever happened to you that you wish you had, that’s what you give to a child that you are blessed enough to get to walk with.”¬†People Magazine

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *