Lo que desde el corazón es cierto
desde la acción es posible

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Lo que desde el corazón es cierto
desde la acción es posible

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Lo que desde el corazón es cierto
desde la acción es posible

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Mission

The human being, from the beginning of its existence, has the whole baggage of life to unfold and it is the adults’ responsibility to act accordingly so that those potentials can manifest and develop, i.e., evolve, be happy, be a whole person, live.

In every circumstance of life, even in the core of a tragedy, we can connect through our internal sources of vital light, with the essence, with the best of us, with all our efficiency, efficacy and effectivity potential. We reach these sources exclusively through unfolding the artistic capacity and the childhood principle we all have, with no exception.

We are all artists; we are all works of art. We are all childhood.

In turn, and in terms of energy and the universe we are and we live in can be thought as polychromatic and vibrating luminous mesh. Thus, we are all marvelous pulsating and vital compositions; all and each of us, is a work of art worth contemplating, acknowledged and valued; how much more the children! Whose harmony and transcendence potentials are at the beginning of plenitude and at the peak of their beginning. Foundchild’s luminous and pulsating mesh is made of judicial, psychological, sociological, anthropological, artistic threads and all those professions which service is useful for childhood wellbeing.

In Foundchild we knit. We knit roads, advices, comfort, solutions, ideas…

In Foundchild we sing. We sing lullabies, love songs, trust songs, bravery songs and coherence songs.  

In Foundchild we dance. We dance choreographies which, as lighthouses show us the way. We rehearse new steps, twists and turns.

In Foundchild we paint. We paint with colorful palettes, we restore love works of art and in the canvas of faith, we all sign on it.

Victoria Biraben
Scientific Director of Foundchild

Many of the things we need can wait, not the child. The child is being born at this very moment, his/her bones are growing, his/her blood are trying the senses; we cannot tell him/her ‘tomorrow’, he/she is now.

Words by Gabriela Mistral, writer and Nobel Prize for Literature.

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