Anger Energy

We were coming in from Outside Time and I noticed that a number of my little students had angry faces. I quick put a smile on mine and said,

“If something wonderful happened outside, press it to your heart”.

“If something sad or aggravating happened outside, give it to the wind”.

And then a 4 year old added with wisdom beyond her years, “That’s because the wind will take it and swirl it around and turn it into something good ”.

And so today, I give “it” to the wind.

6 thoughts on “Anger Energy

  1. L.Butler

    We sure could learn a LOT from the little ones!!! Thanks for having a classroom where children can have the freedom to express such awesome thoughts!!

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