Your Child is Not Broken

Your child is not broken,

Rather s/he is on a journey beyond


What s/he will learn has already been chosen,

Your growth is open for negotiation.

How will you be blessed?

With acceptance,


Or the full knowledge of your own existence?

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About Alix Moore

I am here in this lifetime to be the change: to be part of the journey from violence to consciousness, from struggle to sufficiency, from stress to joy. I am nowhere near perfect, but I am utterly divine. You are, too. How may I help?
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4 Responses to Your Child is Not Broken

  1. planaquarium says:

    as a teacher, this resonates deeply – well said.

    • Alix Moore says:

      Thank you. I’m glad. My wish would be that, as a culture, we could move from “no child left behind” to “no child is broken.” Then schools would be truly welcoming of all comers.

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