Learning to Listen in Order to Learn
By Sandy Sivulich
"Easy does it," "Let your fingers do the walking,," "Leave the driving to us," "Instant coffee," "Instant soup," "Instant replay." You name it and in our society, we can get it for you, not only wholesale, but faster and with less elbow grease than in years past. But there's one thing we have to work harder at and put more energy into than our parents or grandparents did. That is the religious education of our children. And we have to start earlier in the child's life than they did.