Take the time to learn from our children
Last week I discussed how to speak with children. Children like honesty and can detect dishonesty easily. They also can detect when you are comfortable with them or not, or even really like them or not.
I’ve learned that talking with children is really the same as talking with adults. We need to be respectful and make sure we neither see them as “little adults” or worse as “immature adults”. Most often children are as respectful to an adult as the adult is respectful to them. How do you answer the comment, “My you have grown?”
Maybe to say, “What else am I supposed to do?” Adults need to be compassionate with children. Sounds easy, but are you looking at a world full of legs and every picture you look at is far above your eyes. Do you hear voices from tall wooden holes with no faces attached? Take the time to learn from children. They have much to offer. Be open minded expecting the best and you’ll often receive the best.
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