Hardly anyone is listening to the boys today.
As we noted before, in covering the story about 2.0 million smart boys not in college each year, none of the journalists interviewed an impacted boy. And the boys have the answers.
Kevin Kling, an Ojibwa storyteller from Minnesota, was on NPR this month and relayed this mind-blowing Ojibwa saying, "We need to listen to our young because they are closer in time to the Creator and thus remember more."
Belief is a two way street. It's not enough for Virginia to believe in Santa, it's just as necessary for those of us with white beards to believe in the Virginia's of the world. Keep up your great work, kids. We'll try to listen harder.