Always keep posted on what your children are learning at any activity they are exposed to. Please, read the original article, which ends like this: "It is our prayer and hope that parents who have their daughters enrolled in Girl Scouts will search for an alternative outlet."
Watch out, for this might be coming soon to Mexico too!
Debes estar siempre enterado de lo que tus hijos aprenden en cualquier actividad a la que estén expuestos. Por favor, lee el artículo original, el cual termina así: "Es nuestra oración y esperanza que los padres que han enrolado a sus hijas en las Girl Scouts, buscarán una alternativa diferente".
¡Cuidado, esto puede llegar pronto a México!
[C-Ficción: Traducción automática del artículo original al español (Editors at Lighthouse Trails).]
Source: Editors at Lighthouse Trails
According to an article this week by Jane Chastain titled "Girl Scouts go hard left–and downhill," the Girl Scouts of America are heading deeper into New Age spirituality. Chastain states that the direction the organization is going in was clear to see at the "51st Girl Scout National Council Session and Convention," which took place earlier this month.
A large portion of the program was devoted to the antics of leadership consultant Christian Whitney Sanchez who used a process called "StoryWeaving" to lead the almost 10,000 attendees and national council and girl members in a giant "Kumbaya" session to get them further down the garden path to the New Age and make them think it was all their idea.
Sanchez is about as far from founder Juliette Low as one can get. Her bio says she was born under the Leo Sun Sign and spent her undergraduate years with Pele, the Hawaiian volcano goddess. She practices yoga and meditation as she engages in daily life as "spiritual practice" and looks for opportunities to fulfill her purpose of "contributing to the evolution of human consciousness."
Girls at this year's convention were also given the opportunity to visit a display of Sophia dolls (Sophia is goddess spirituality - the goddess within). A description at the display says the dolls "serve as a personal empowerment tool by allowing you or your daughter to connect with inner wisdom to guide in expanding and balancing life roles."
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