Many lament how our society is so ruled by fear. But fear kills curiosity and stifles innovation. Without the courage and experience to face danger, we cannot hope to achieve our potential for thinking “outside the box”.
The “free range parenting” debate is heating up as parents continue to get in trouble for letting their kids walk home from school on their own. In this humorous video based on his book “Fifty Dangerous Things”, Gever Tulley defends the value of danger in raising brighter kids, and offers 5 safe ways for kids to healthily “taste danger”.