Craig and Devra Morton
Builder and Psychotherapist
When we go to sitting meditation our son, who’s five-and-a-half, goes and sits there and either reads a book or eats something, and he also puts Goldfish in the Buddha’s hand. We try to let him know that he shouldn’t try to be anything other than what he is. We have a belief that all religions basically are getting to the same point, and the important thing is just that he feels that end point, where we’re all going. We’re addressing the spiritual side of him right now—an “ism” isn’t important.
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