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Suzanne’s Paradoxical Paradigm:
Where Life Meets Homeschooling!
Some stories are timeless because humans are humans are humans. And sometimes even duckies are human.
At least, when Hans Christian Andersen writes the story!
Sometimes, we feel so very small in such a big world. (A new blog in cyberspace, comes to mind.) But Mr. Andersen has a way of enlarging even the tiniest creature, and God has a way of increasing the tiniest of creations.
Some stories of life are pleasant and hopeful, they tell of life and living. Some remind us not all of life is pleasant. But our hope of eternal life in Christ pulls us onward so we can face a new day, a new curriculum, a new mathematical concept, or maybe our last moments.
The Little Match Girl
Other stories, well, they just remind us who we are!
And they will remind us … not everyone will understand us. But we should continue on, being who our Creator made us to be, whether that’s Hans Christian Andersen, or Suzanne Broadhurst – that’s me!
Homeschooling offers plenty of opportunities to feel like the odd duck, a small duck in a big pond, and sometimes a nameless duck in a sea of big names. But when you are doing what God has called you to do, gathering your ducklings close to your heart – and His – although the rains may come, and the ponds may flood, ultimately life is just ducky!
I like realities and I like stories.
Happy Birthday, Hans!
What is your favorite Hans Christian Anderson story?