Oktubre 22, 2006

Teaching Your Children Well...

Teach your children that they need nothing exterior to themselves to be happy ---- no person, place, or thing --- and that true happiness is found within. Teach them that they are sufficient unto themselves.

Teach your children that failure is a fiction, that every trying is a success, and every effort is what achieves the victory, with the first no less honorable than the last.

Teach your children that they are deeply connected to all of Life, that they are One with all people, and that they are never separated from God.

Teach your children that they live in a world of magnificent abundance, that there is enough for everyone, and it is in sharing the most, not in gathering the most, that the most is received.

Teach your children that there is nothing that they are required to be or to do to be eligible for a life of dignity and fulfillment, that they need not compete with anyone for anything, and that God’s blessings are meant for everyone.

Teach your children that they will never be judged, that they need not worry about always getting right, and that they do not have to change anything, or “get better,’ to be seen as perfect and beautiful in the eyes of God.

Teach your children that there are conditions to love, that they need not worry about losing your love, or God’s, and that their own love, unconditionally shared, is the greatest gift they can give to the world.

Teach your children that being special does not mean being better, that claim of superiority over someone is not seeing them for Who They Really Are, and that there is great healing in acknowledging “mine is not better” way, mine is merely another way.”

Teach your children that there is nothing that they cannot do, that the illusion of Ignorance can be eradicated from the earth, and that all anyone really needs is to be given back to themselves by being reminded of Who They Really Are.

Teach these things not with your word but with your actions; not with discussion but with demonstration. For it is what you do that your children will emulate, and how you are that they will become.

An uncommon dialogue
By Neale Donald Walsch

1 komento:

Mike ayon kay ...

Thank you for helping with our mission of creating a better world one happy child at a time.

If we train our children well, the future will indeed be bright.