To be of service to both the adults and children with whom I work. To lighten the load of others so that they feel a bit more alleviated.
There are so many great movies! One scene that seems to always make its way back into my thinking is in Good Will Hunting. Robin Williams meets Matt Damon’s character on a park bench – As Sean, Will’s might be therapist, he delivers a monologue about living life fully, in person, with all its vulnerabilities. He warns Will against making blanket assumptions about people and weaponizing those assumptions to protect his own vulnerable self. It’s really brilliant.
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