Lesson #6 - Children, yours or someone else’s, can be learned from.
My Take: This is so true and we can learn from our kids, no matter what our relationship is like with them; think about that for a moment. If you don’t have your own, learn from your friends kids or who ever enters your life. Christ brought this to life, when he asked children to sit on His lap, and I believe that He learned from them.
My Take on Life - Inspired by the author of the book: How Starbucks Saved my Life.
Me and my younger son where out in the mall the other day and we passed by a coffee store selling K-pods; knowing that we needed some, i made a comment that we needed to pick up some. He remarked “do you have money for that?”. I looked at him and just laughed and didn’t even bother to stop anymore at the store. Before it was me asking my kids if they wanted something if they had the money for it. Now he asks me the same. Life really has gone full circle for me. Just awesome.
“A Child of God - Realize that I am precious and valuable even when I don’t accomplish any great feat - (meaning, I’m not rich). I am deserving of His love because I am a child of God!”—Bangy-isms by VEB
Why do questions matter more than answers? If you don’t ask the right question, it doesn’t matter what your answer is. And if you do ask the right question, no matter what your answer, you will learn something of value.
My take: I like to emphasize on the “learning something of value” - it is a win-win situation, sounds like cliche, but it is!
“Seek…the counsel of those who have achieved the goal for which you strive; for in all matters, the words of one who has prospered are far weightier than the words of one who has not.”—Stevenson Willis