After you’ve given your child the resources, it can become very tempting to control or manage how they use them. Try as much as possible to resist this urge so that they can build the innate desire to be creative. Too much interference can hinder independent thinking, which might affect the quality of their creative process. So next time you’re itching to hover, decide against it in the best interest of your little ones.
After his heart-felt prayer for Lock, William closed his eyes in silence. He felt a hand on his shoulder. It was Alex. Alex looked at William with tears in his eyes and said, "They need you upstairs." William ran from the altar and repeatedly pressed the elevator button but because that first minute felt like 20, William decided to race up the five flights of stairs. All he could think about as he ran was the distraught look on Alex's face. As he continued up, he repeated out loud, “Please Father! Please!" as he made it pass each floor. The climb from the fourth to the fifth was the hardest. At this point, William was nearly crippled with fear.