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Stories first please!

I like the way you've articulated, Mona. In my own personal experience, I have enjoyed the fascinating stories, pursued the curiosity, nurtured some necessities to find the ultimate truth and relished the beauty of the pursuit. Today I am able to appreciate the beauty of God outside and inside as the same. At the same time, I am glad to have been introduced to it externally through stories till I was ready to assimilate it internally. Same with respect to children. I would not change this approach. At the same time, I am all for giving your entire package for the ready and mature minds. Maturity is pursuit beyond time and space and independent of age. Some children are ready while others are getting ready. I am all for starting with the stories and graduating to the truth, symbolism and significance of the stories. This is why our combined approach works wonders

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