Setting the example

Setting the example

If you set the right example for your children during their formative years,those bonds of love and respect will be unbreakable. And your children will grow into adults,whom you can be proud of.

Are you grateful to your parents ?

Thank you

Philosophy Through Photography

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Bring up your children rightly (Be inspired today 139 by Ngobesing Suh Romanus)

Parenting is such an important but challenging responsibility.

If you bring up your kids well, you will be happy because they will succeed. I found this lovely post worth sharing with you. It will greatly inspire you. Please, kindly let me know if you find it helpful.

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Drawing ‘Kids’ by Michel Montecrossa

Drawing ‘Kids‘ by Michel Montecrossa

Description: ‘Kids’, Mirapuri, 28th August 2015, ink on paper, 29 x 21 cm

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Song ‘Talkin’ Better, Stronger, Faster’ (What For Do You Live? What For Do You Die?)

Michel Montecrossa’s New-Topical-Song ‘Talkin’ Better, Stronger, Faster’ (What For Do You Live? What For Do You Die?)

Talkin’ Better, Stronger, Faster (What For Do You Live? What For Do You Die?)

What can a hard workin’ man do?
Hang down his head and cry, hittin’ a hard road?
Helpless pieces of the game are there
and magic shadows of the nights and days.
“Better, stronger, faster”, that’s what they say.
“Better, stronger, faster”, that’s what they say.

For more and more kids there’s no meaning in the world.
They don’t know the story they ought to play.
The cleverness of banka-gangstas
and the strange polito row
are all but stories of the better, stronger, faster.
Are all but stories of the better, stronger, faster.

They, from sleep awoke, are told
and, once told, to sleep return.
They open the door to police acting like killers.
The young are mistreated and are sent to war.
Better, stronger, faster they will fade.
Better, stronger, faster they will fade.

Politos as they are have no future.
The future needs universal wisdom and love.
Heaven sometimes is fulfilled desire
and hell the shadow from a soul on fire
burnin’ better, stronger, faster and not meant to expire,
not meant to expire.

Lyrics & Music: Michel Montecrossa, © Mira Sound Germany
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Children Movie ‘I Like To Dance With My Broom’ by Michel Montecrossa

Michel Montecrossa’s ‘Sinus – I Like To Dance With My Broom’ is a partly animated music-clip for children featuring Michel Montecrossa’s cartoon character ‘Sinus’ ; music & film & 2D animation by Michel Montecrossa

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Children movie ‘Angelo’s Train 1 – The Journey Begins’ by Mirakali

‘Angelo’s Train 1 – The Journey Begins’ is a sweet children movie by Mirakali

Music & lyrics by Mirakali, administered by Michel Montecrossa.
Animations and Movie by Mirakali
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Happy New School Year!

This is a special time not only for children and parents but for all stakeholders in education: teachers, school administrators and governments, especially those running the department of education.

Millions of kids and young people around the world are taking or have already taken the road to school.

In many countries, it is not an easy time for lots of parents. They do not have the required resources and have to make enormous sacrifices to sail through this period. To them I say “bravo!”

To teachers, school managers, principals, headteachers and other administrators, I say “thank you in advance for all that you will do this academic year for our kids and all others in school.”

Education is important and worth the effort.There can be no better gift from parents to children than the opportunity for a solid education. With quality education, one easily finds one’s way in life.

As the school year begins, we have one piece of advice to all young people in school and the stakeholders. You start negotiating for your success or the success of those entrusted to your care on day one of school. You don’t wait for day two. Start on day one to put in your best; and do not relent in your effort until the end.

Happy school year to all.

Bitter pill sweet poison

IMG_0025 sharmishtha 17.2.16 sm (1)By Guest Author Sharmishtha Basu
Listening to elders and seniors is a lesson you have been taught since childhood. This is what you should do. Everyone says so. This includes the wise and the shrewd; and they are right. When you are a kid, you really don’t know much about life; but you think you know a lot. At this age, it is good to blindly obey your elders unless, of course, they are asking you to jump off a cliff. In such a case, you need to first ask why!

As a young person, it is possible to meet elders who will try to manipulate you to do something wrong. You may fall into their trap, but if it is not something that is downright immoral, it may not do you much harm; and you should be able to get over the damage in later years.

However, children usually will not meet many potentially harmful adults if they are brought up in a normal family. A kid’s life mostly includes his parents, family, teachers and family friends. If the parents are cautious, much harm won’t be done on their children. If they are not, sooner or later the children will end up in big trouble. This may continue till they leave school. It is mostly in the later years of school that they are able to identify those adults who try to manipulate or misguide them.

That is the time you should start assessing the effects of their acts before following their guidelines blindly, after mid-teens it is wise to be a little judgmental when it comes to long-term things like your career or other serious issues. Because by that time you would have discovered that not all human beings are benevolent, irrespective of their age or their relationship with you. If you blindly follow them you are doomed. So be a bit judgmental when you are growing up.

When you are in your youth, you have already joined those who are grown up; so, listen to elders. You should be able to differentiate between good and bad, the bitter pill and sweet poison; if not you may only learn after you have swallowed a few!
Sharmishtha Basu is author, who is right now fully engrossed with her twin zines- Agnishatdal and Agnijaat. She loves to write about life and experiences and is honoured to be a part of a fantastic site like “Success Inspirer”.
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I got so scared I could fly


I got so scared I could fly

Because I ran out of candy,
The little ones got a fast one on me.
Did I get scared?
Sure I did.
So scared I could
Out of the window fly.
And I screamed and yelled!
They all stood there; disguised.
The little soldiers armed to the teeth,
Ready on me to pounce.
Frightful they looked;
Yet, a simple joke it was;
Though one that drove heart out of me;
All to add fun to the Halloween.

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