What are some Lessons you feel we can all Learned From Children?
None, but don't worry, I'm sure someone will come up with some pretentious psycho-babble.
By nature most children are very inquisitive. They get exited when they accomplish something.They can not contain their exitement!
They will tell all their friends about their experiences.
They get very hurt when they fail, and where they are encouraged ask for help instantly.
If Adults could have this innocent openess, possibly the world would experience a whirlwind of unstoppable progress.
Children are treasures we tend to take for granted. I love watching them at play. I've learned several lessons from children. I learned honesty. They are genuine. They communicate from the heart. There is no pretense. Just pure honesty regarding the topic at hand.
I learned trust. They expect us to do exactly as we promised. They expect no less than that from adults. Have you looked in the eyes of a child whose been let down by an adult? It breaks your heart.
There is a great deal the we as adults can learn from children. Learn to learn with your child! read more
One, never lose the ability to ask questions, the art of listening. A group of children are the equivalent of a large container of precious jewels. Go to a park one day and watch. If they are playing a game and need another player, they don't care who it is are how they look as long as the individual can fill the spot. The trouble start when parents add their negative cents.
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