P4C not only gives the tools to start making wise, conscious empowering decisions; or a safe environment to practice them in- but also positive reinforcement that the process of questioning one’s environment critically can truly benefit not only themselves but their family and community too. This is why P4C is important to me.
Learning how to think critically of not just the world around me, but of myself as well, isn’t a destination to be arrived at, but a journey to be enjoyed. Last year I was truly fortunate to have found not only peers who are motivated to explore the truth and ask the hard questions with, but a group of amazing children who shine so bright with life, that I have been expectantly waiting for round two. I love soccer, music, reading, and cooking. And the ocean. A lot.