Every parent looks forward for the day when the child is dressed up in that cute school uniform, with tiny little shoes and a fancy snack basket in hand. Every parent is anxious whether the child adjusts with the school, whether he starts crying, whether he is punished by the teacher or bullied by other children. This anxiousness is completely normal. This very emotion in the parents protects the offspring. It is similar to the instinct in animals which protect their babies fiercely.
Imagine a school, in the middle of a garden, where children run around the butterflies freely, and observe the tiny little worms in the sand intensely; a school which has low steps, suitable gates, doors and windows convenient for them to operate. Continue reading