What words of wisdom would you give to the children of the world?
Live, love, and be happy. Live every day in love, and happiness will come your way.
Be very aware.
Get comfortable with your own thoughts, your own mind your own habits. Be an expert on yourself and you can't go too wrong.
Being aware means trying to stay in the moment in everything you do. Ask yourself questions like:
--am I doing this (whatever...watching TV, reading this book, talking to this person) because I want to, or because I am being manipulated or pressured into doing so?
--am I in the moment right now or off on a day-dream of fantasy and imagination? It's always OK (and healthy) to fantasize at times, so long as you know you are doing it. Learn to distinguish between what's real and what is in your imagination. Being aware will help you to do this.
Being aware is the key, kids, to being happy and healthy and safe too.
That's my advice.
That the fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom and turning away from evil is understanding. The book of proverbs spoke a lot about this, also Psalm 1.
The scripture talks of the spirit of this age that works on the children of disobedience; and I think to urge them to follow the way of the Lord will help them to accept the spirit of God into their lives and to start to obe ythe word of the Lord. The word of God and the Spirit of God are one and lead to life and the alterative is death - seperation from the life of God
I would want them to know all the so called technological "dazzles" will come to nothing but anyone that does the will of the Lord will live forever.
They should be made to know that real life is spiritual and it is based on the knowledge of God the Father and Jesus Christ the one he sent to the earth. This is eternal life. (John 17:3).
Love is the most important commandment and therefore, I should encourage them to practice LOVE. But where is LOVE found - 1 Cor. 13.
They should to honour theri father and mother - for this is the only commandement will a promise - long life.
Be true to yourself and never allow other people to place their baggage on you!
Don't let anyone stray you from your own path in life. Do what fill is right for the world
To be honest, sincere and faithful are the three objects which can make the children of world self reliant, committed and happy in their life. Respecting their parents, elders and worthy people will make them simple in nature but high in thinking. They should contribute towards making their life successful by way of maintaining a high order of discipline, character and kind to people around them. The perfect awareness should be their objective in life.
That Jesus loves them and God has a great plan for their lives now and later...
Don't believe everything grown-ups tell you! There are too many predators around - think of Jimmy Savile and an army of paedophiles. Don't pay any attention to people who try to tell you they're 'your pals' or try to blackmail you into silence. Your best pals - or worst enemies - are not always your own age, be choosy! Somebody comes out of the blue and says they're your friend, it's your cue to run like bu**ery!
It's also very easy to lie on the Internet. The best liars are the most convincing, it's hard without knowing the world around you to know what IS the truth, but don't be a slow learner. Trust people by any means, but they have to EARN your trust.
By the time you get past sixteen you're almost home and dry, but there are still predators who will exploit any weakness in your shield.
Your learning curve doesn't have to be a hard one. Good luck in the future, and make sure you have a future!
...to run...to Mars if possible! Just kidding...fight to be the best you can be, don't let the world get you down and work on making a difference.
"All who have meditated on the art of governing mankind have been convinced that the fate of empires depends on the education of youth." (Aristotle)
I tell my students every day 'You are all winners, don't let anyone tell you otherwise. We each learn at a different pace and in a different way. Make an effort and help me help you find your way, but never give up trying!"
As Henry Ford said:
“If you think you can, or if you think you can’t, either way you are right.”
Very simple example: My grandson was trying to get a pop can out of the vending machine after putting the coins in. (He only needed to rotate the can 90 degrees.) He didn’t believe he could do it, so he waited for me to do it, saying “I can’t get it out”. I said “Yes you can” and walked away. Wanting the pop, he quickly gained some self-belief.
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