Kailina begins this episode with a story about a magical snowstorm in her childhood.
Katy and Kailina both come to the realization that they are very much like Meg and Charles Wallace, respectively. Kailina discusses the need to think of yourself as a growing, incomplete person. Katy points out that growth mindset is an important way to think about human development in both the worlds of education and social justice activism. Kailina discusses the permanence of our embodied privileges.
They use the sacred practice, Lectio Divina, to further explore how wonder, fascination, and moderation can all be deep sources for growth. Next week, they will continue using Lectio Divina to derive meaning from Chapter 2 of A Wrinkle in Time, “Mrs. Who.” What themes will they find there?