A woodturner can take a discarded piece of wood and turns it into a priceless work of art. But what does that have to do with us?
How do you handle adversity?
Have you seen this story on Facebook? How are our trials like making fresh biscuits?
Have you ever seen a fake sky painted inside a building? How does it compare to the real thing?
If I was absolutely forced to choose the best clip in Moana, this would be either #1 or #2. The monster is Te Ka, the raging lava monster that Moana and Maui face. You’ll see at the end of the clip, that Te Ka is actually Te Fiti, or mother earth. Moana sings, “They haveContinue reading “Lessons learned from Moana, Part 3 (Spoiler Alert!)”
During the trip to return Te Fiti’s heart, Maui and Moana encounter many monsters: walking (and battling) coconuts, a gigantic crab, and and fearsome lava creature all test their resolve. Maui, who wasn’t keen to go on this adventure in the first place, is often unhelpful and would rather just go his own way. OccasionallyContinue reading “Lessons learned from Moana, Part 2”
What can we learn from the story of Moana in relationship to betrayal trauma recovery?
Stop letting other people slow you down!