I’ve always loved maps — the delicate wandering lines, the stars and circles hovering over city centers, the softly-worn paper folds creating ridges and peaks where the creases bisect latitude and longitude.
Maps, to me, are about more than just distance.
Maps hold stories, and remind me how connected we all are.
I’m thrilled to say you can read more of my thoughts on this over on the Sonlight Curriculum blog, where I recently had the chance to talk more about the human connections maps hold, and why I believe a global perspective is absolutely essential for not just homeschoolers, but for all Christians.
Head on over, and leave a comment, if you are so inclined!
Image Credits: Priscilla Barbosa Photography