RE: [Discuss-sudbury-model] Indigo Children

From: Joe Jackson <shoeless_at_jazztbone.com>
Date: Wed Jul 23 11:40:00 2003

Cory,

Doesn't it seem ridiculous, though, that people need labewls in order to
accept some children as equals.

I guess that's my main problem with it.

Best,

Joe

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> Blue Mountain School
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> Subject: Re: [Discuss-sudbury-model] Indigo Children
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>
> Coming from a different stand point as a young person.
> I've read the Indigo Child and i really identified
> with it and my mother agreed when she read it as well.
> I think more that anything it was validation. Having
> never really fit in with other kids very well as a
> young child, i always felt more comfortable around
> adults because it wasnt boring like kids my age where
> and i think the indigo child threory takes that into
> play. I think we need the label Indigo in society
> right now so that people can begin to except some
> children as needing to be treated as equals, its just
> one step closer to what should be the common
> mentality. its late, i ramble anyways i recommend the
> book for a interesting read. ciao
>
> Cory K-L
> Student at Blue Mountain School
>
>
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