This anthology explores the challenges and rewards of teaching Buddhist values and meditation practice to children
The family practice of such Buddhist values as compassion and self-reflection has the potential to guide and empower children and parents, as well as foster community. With essays, poems, stories, and songs, Buddhist parents touch on a variety of topics: child rearing as a valid and rich spiritual path, Buddhist holiday ceremonies for kids, sample education programs, and ways to deepen understanding between parents and children.
Table of Contents
|Taking Care of Daniel||4|
|Talking to Joshua||7|
|Communal Pursuit of Happiness||13|
|Saints Never Need Children||16|
|Snakebird in the Potty||