how to educate the street children and orphans?
we have three street children to educate.they are wild.
how to educate street children?children were alredy in the street for around eight years.
Do you love them for what they are?
Do you spend time with them and listen to them? Do you listen to their dreams and fears? Do you let them have "me" time?
Have they got enough to eat at table with you and some proper manners? Do you dress them in proper clothes like you would wear yourself? Do you let them treat you with distance and with respect?
What are they going to be when they grow up? Can you bear that?
How passionate are you about what to change and what to keep? Honestly, do you respect them or do you, be honest, despise them? They already know the truthful answer to this.
In simple language, do you really care and love them for what they are and for what they are going to turn into?
You can only teach a street child love and mercy.
Love: to understand that they must be able to love themselves before they can love someone else. Love helps perserve life, either their own or through helping others.
Mercy: the understanding that they cannot do it by themselves, because of their past situation, which is no longer a concern. Understanding to know that they are going to be troubled because of the past and your help is required to help them move past it.
If you have neither, you will do more harm to them than good.
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