Grandma Kimberly reviews the nursery rhyme “This Little Piggy” and uses several animal species (pig, elephant, eagle, and bear) to explore differences in sensory capacity. She teaches that the senses bring in information from the world outside of us in order to be acted upon. Grandma Kimberly reads the classic tale of “The Blind Men and the Elephant” (retold by Karen Backstein and illustrated by Annie Mitra) and shares that each of us has unique experiences which build our personal truths but that since they are different than anyone else’s, so is our understanding. She explores puzzles and 3-D pictures, introducing the concept of looking beneath the surface in order to really see and understand beyond what the senses are able to comprehend.
In my pursuit of Real Truth, I have given up everything. Crawling through the “eye of the needle,” I have learned the *mysteries* and am now giving my life to assist YOU to dis-cover Who *YOU* really are, along with your unique gift to offer humanity. As you learn to seek (in the right place and with purified intent), you WILL find treasures of lasting value, along with every promised reward. Together, we will establish a society of humane beings and live life ALIVE, on PURPOSE, and with a sociality unequaled… because we will each BE and view each other as equally and profoundly DIVINE! Please… catch this Hope and Vision and join with me.