Soon I will be spending a few days with my two teenage daughters. They want a full-time mother and they are angry that I have chosen to be with you, instead of with them. I'm torn because although I've been told that my greatest gift to them is getting through, it is only an idea. On the other hand my desire for approval for being a good mother is very strong while I feel guilty for being with you while they continue to suffer alone. Would you please talk about How To Breakthrough a Society's condition about Motherhood?
Everything that builds on a very simple understanding, but the whole idea that children are your . . . is wrong. They're brought to you, but they do not belong to you. You have a past, they have only a future. They are not going to live according to you. To live according to you, will be almost equivalent to not living at all. They have to live according to their themselves: in freedom, in responsibility, in danger, in challenge but that's how one becomes still.