How do we help our children find the verb to fit their life?
We took Louka, Mélody, Lorenzo and Shaïna off to investigate with us in the French Alps.
They met 3 people passionated about their work and who use their talent to do it well.
Thomas, Pascal and Brice told us about themselves.
He is like a landmark in the valley.
And his home is his Aubergerie.
This is Thomas, embodying friendliness in its purest form
When you get up there, to his home, something magical happens: you immediately feel at home.
Thomas, his talent, his innate gift, is to be welcoming.
Pascal, talks to a tree before he cuts it down. He explains what he will do with it. He asks its permission. He promises that he will not spoil it.
He has given up everything to live through his passion: nature, and especially woodworking.
Today he creates with wisdom and respect.
His heart and soul aligned with his profession.
Brice, spent most of his time telling us that we had done the hardest bit, and we were almost there. You would have seen us, 20 of us, with all our kit and our four ponies!
The children went on ahead. They set quite an example.
Unlike us adults, they showed no sign of effort. They created a den immediately they arrived, they made up stories, they wondered if they would come across a wolf, ...
To listen to them, anything was possible.