“If you really want a child to thrive and blossom … let them engage in creative play. But most importantly, let them experience boredom; there is nothing healthier for a child than to learn how to use their own interior resources to work through the challenges of being bored. This then acts as the fertile ground for developing the powers of observation, cultivating patience, and developing an active imagination.”

— Glow Kids, by Nicholas Kardaras, Ph.D.