Children’s Day Message
Children’s day message.
My childhood experience of “Children’s day” that we celebrate in school and we got Payasam (It’s a Dessert of Kerala). And chocolate. We were singing some beautiful songs and get a good message from our Principle. And teachers were arranged some games. It was a beautiful experience.
We learn Unity and Love others.
That’s right. Unity and Love. Unity starts from Family. First, we need to create a unity at home. Then we can create it from school. Sometimes the Parents don’t support their children’s interests or Hobbies. Parents decide something and the children need to take the decision without their ability or their interest. It’s not a right thing. Give a chance to take a decision own their ability or their interest, then only they love to do their job and they can face every struggle or every success on their way.
When your child grows up and they made their way they will praise you. They will remember your support. I know some parents always say No. Then after they say Yes. But when you say No for everything your child think they are not good enough for anything. You are the only one make their mind complicated and you are the only one makes them shy in everything. Please don’t do it your children. They need time to be successful they need to support their work. Don’t compare with other children. Because they may be successful in their career before your child’s success. But you can’t predict your child’s ability or What God is going to give a miracle. So, Love children and make them encourage. And be good Friends of them. Always take care of them like an angel.
Children’s, Don’t be disappointed, if your parents don’t support you, Be patient, Be kind, Pray for your needs Pray for your parents, Everything will change and they will support you one day. But don’t Give up someone going to say you can’t do that. Just smile and face them. Work Hard, Learn new things, Read More. Only think positive and Always forgive others and Give some time for praying. Be good for others. Respect everyone.