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That Could Have Been Me: When An 8 Year-Old Knows She Belongs
December 05, 2016
During carpool recently I witnessed an 8-year-old realize her relevance and her sense of belonging even more than before. What a total profundity. It happened by accident and this involves J.K. Rowling… It’s my belief that getting a child to understand their import is a hope housed in almost every parent, teacher, auntie, or grandfather. When […]
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