Lessons from E.B. White
Do you ever feel the pressure to craft perfect answers with your kids, a mentee, or a friend? I know I have often felt the tug of wondering if I’ve said enough. Our current climate of hashtags and tweets tells us we have to say it all right now, but I don’t think that’s necessarily true.
I wrote this piece at Mere Orthodoxy in hopes that it will encourage the reader to slow down and remember that the best kind of teaching is often slow and pointed. E.B. White demonstrates this beautifully in his three children’s novels.
I loved writing this one. The books of E.B. White are special to me, and I wanted to do them justice. I hope it encourages you as well as strengthens your appreciation of story.
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