The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind: Creating Currents of Electricity and Hope Topics for Discussion

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What dreams do you have that you are working particularly intensely to achieve? Why are these dreams so strong for you? What resources are you drawing upon to achieve them?

How have your friends supported you in your life ... through difficult times, as you build dreams, simply as you live day by day. What difference has their support made in your life? Could you have achieved what you have without them?

What kind of friend have you been to people in need? Have you been a Gilbert or a Geoffrey, unconditionally supportive no matter what? Or have you been a Charity, at times being somewhat sharp, selfish and/or judgmental?

Describe times when friends have been particularly supportive to you. What kind of difference did they make in your life?

Consider and contrast your life in the year 2000 with the life lived by William and his family...

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