"Through the eyes of a child, you will see the world as it should be."🏼🏼
At some point in our lives , we stop being kids and start being adults. But as we grow up, we might be letting go of a little more than we should.
Kids see the world in ways that we lose as an adult. Some of the kids in this picture honestly said to me "Susan, i want to be an astronaut!" "I want to be the president of the United States like Obama"
and so on.
Kids don'tthink in terms of limit. They didn't think of the world as a place full of endless obstacles.
While we, as an adults, somewhere along the way, we stopped thinking things were possible and instead assumed things couldn't be done.
As we age, we care more about what others think; we don't give ourselves the freedom to be who we are or do what we want.
Have you ever watched a little kid sing or dance in public? They don't seem to care who is watching. They always seems so curios about everything. They go outside and play around, jump, and do all the things that makes them happy.
And that's what exactly i'm doing everyday
Anyway, on this Children's day i want you guys to spare some time to play and talk with the children. Ask them questions, answer theirs. Don't talk down to them with baby talk, but dont be too grown up either. Someone said, always smile back at little chidren, to ignore them is to destroy their belief that the world is a good place. There's nothing difficult about smiling back or saying hi back. To reply them, it makes their day.
I know there are so many social issues affecting children such as child labor, trafficking and slavery, the effects of poverty on children's health, etc.
Let's make a difference to the kids, to the children from a small things. How can we make a big difference, when we ignore the small things?