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On Being On Wisdom of Young Adulthood

Krista talks about how the wisdom of young adulthood is in that “sense of urgency about what is possible.” It’s a way of looking at time that invests faith in singular and discrete events — the chance conversation that changes your life or the book that inspires in you new purpose, but also the bad day that feels like the end of the world and the disagreement that feels more like a chasm. Every moment feels like an opportunity to be moved a nd changed, shaped and reshaped. [Read more].

How can we help young people feel like they have a voice in the world?




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