What are the lessons you learned in kindergarten?
If you ask any of us, the most important lesson is the same.
The importance of being a positive influence on your peers, the importance of supporting your teachers and the importance to always do what you love.
It was at that point that I began to understand the power of being an individual and not just a follower of the herd.
The other day, I was watching a film with my son and he said, “Dad, I’m not going to take my car out for the first time.
I don’t want to start a new life.”
He didn’t mean to start his own family.
He just wanted to show his family he wanted to get involved in something.
When my son was in kindergarten, he did not have the opportunity to start any of his own families.
He had to go to a church in a neighborhood that had only one family.
That made me realize the power that you have as an individual in our culture to make a difference in the lives of others.
I want my kids to understand that they have a role to play in changing the world and that they are not just following their own desires.
My kids are learning the importance and power of social change.
I believe they’re doing it for the right reasons.
I’m proud of them.