Hi :) I'm Dani and I'm almost 28. I teach English as a second language to young learners in Caracas, Venezuela. Maybe you know about the situation that my country is going through at the moment, maybe you don't know, maybe it's confusing... the bottom line is a lot of people are having a very bad time -this goes from losing opportunities to grow and expand (such as the English courses I teach, and it breaks my heart when my students tell me that now it's too expensive and they can't afford it) to not being able to eat. There's a psychological atmosphere of hopelessness that *sigh* gets under your skin and honestly, if us -adults- are having a hard time fighting it and apparently our suicide rate is now higher than the standard, can you imagine children? Some of them are able to turn all of this darkness into light, and become wise, sensitive, caring, compassionate human beings. But others end up making the wrong choices like becoming malandros (thieves or criminals in venezuelan slang). My wish is that these young people will listen to a different story about themselves. Spirituality is a language that allows us to reframe our own stories -what we think we are in essence and the things we are able to overcome. Spirituality For Kids managed to make it simple, practical yet deep. It's not about religion, it's about resilience, empathy and self-worth. When I began to feel the impoverishment myself, spirituality allowed me to transform and to make the right choices so I could bring myself to a different scenario: a life that feels intensely purposeful, that I absolutely love. Thank you for taking the time to connect with this. Love and Light.