Childs play


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Our experiences are never more precious than that of a child, as a child we filter everything, we mold and absorb. Our brains how ever they have been wired can develop crucial skills for our lives ahead and into the most important in my opinion, problem solvers. An example of what a child learns is looking at Jeongmoon Choi story (above) as growing up in tight quarters Choi is now not only working everyday and pushing the boudraies of her life's work, but  blissfully happy and utterly consumed by creating new space. 

Have you picked up yet that Jeongmoon Choi works are made out of wool!