Holding Court With A Fairy Princess

Yesterday, I got to hold court with my very own adorable, brown-haired, doe-eyed, fairy princess who, recently, just turned this many [holding up four fingers]. It was good to check in with a representative of the younger folk to see how they're handling the ever-shifting, energetic atmosphere. By and large, the adults are spacing out and flipping out. While I've seen some children do likewise, it was nice to have a heart to heart chat with a youth to get a clearer picture of what the youngsters might be thinking.

My fairy princess was enthusiastic, energetic, interested, engaging, and aware. What's more, she was willing to live out her imagination at the drop of a hat. She was willing to go beyond talking about being the fairy princess to acting it out. I think she's an example worth emulating.

I'm of the opinion that adults have to put the magic back into life if we're going to survive, and thrive, in these shifts. We have to animate the world with new stories about what it is and what it can do, and we have to do the same thing with ourselves. We have to see how special we are just because we're here in this mysterious world of limitless potential.

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