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The Lost Gift

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April 3, 2020

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The Lost Gift

Can you remember who you were, before the world told you who you should be?

– Charles Bukowski –

The Lost Gift

Writing in his journal, nine year old Abeer speaks of his frustrations with having to always prove himself at school and at home, never being allowed to be himself. His heartfelt and eye-opening words remind us that each child really is unique and should be cherished as such. The poignant message is, “Don’t look at who your child could be, but who your child is.” As Abeer points out, if children truly are the best gift, “you’re not supposed to fix the best gift.”
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Be The Change

Make a conscious effort to affirm the children in your life for who they are.. For more inspiration reflect on Khalil Gibran’s advice to parents. { more }

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