Do you remember what it was like to be a child? Or have you recently watched your children, your friend’s children, or your nieces and nephews? Everything they see is new and exciting, everything seems possible, and everything can be turned into an adventure. It’s a shame that we seem to require reminders to switch our children’s view of the world back on.
I’ve been working for Greenpeace since 2008, and even though my work tends to be fairly desk bound, I get pretty frequent reminders about how exciting this world is and how we should push the seemingly impossible to be possible. So it seemed only fitting that my latest reminder came in the shape of small Greenpeace boat named after Margaret Mahy, a famous New Zealand author of countless dearly loved children’s books.
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