“A mind approach to astronomy is to memorize the names of the planets in order. A heart approach—the sense-impression approach—is to take your four-year-old out after bedtime to the backyard, snuggle him in a warm blanket, and tell him stories of the stars.
馃獝Value of knowing the names of the planets at age 4? 2 cents.馃獝
馃挅 Value of spending an evening with your little boy out under the stars telling stories? Priceless.” 馃挅 —Marlene Peterson “A Mother’s Influence”
(And I would add “Value of spending a night under the stars and developing an appreciation for the wonder of God’s creation? Priceless.”)
Photo credit: Kent Kowallis
“A mind approach to astronomy is to memorize the names of the planets in order. A heart approach—the sense-impression approach—is to take your four-year-old out after bedtime to the backyard, snuggle him in a warm blanket, and tell him stories of the stars. 馃獝Value of knowing the names of the planets at age 4? 2 cents.馃獝 馃挅 Value of spending an evening with your little boy out under the stars telling stories? Priceless.” 馃挅 —Marlene Peterson “A Mother’s Influence” (And I would add “Value of spending a night under the stars and developing an appreciation for the wonder of God’s creation? Priceless.”) Photo credit: Kent Kowallis
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