Be like children

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Adults fear being judged by others. Everything they do, they all keep thinking about what others will think about them. It is the biggest fear that restricts you from doing what you really want to do. It is like an imaginary prison you are living in.

Have you noticed children? Children live in their own world. They don’t care for anything. They don’t fear being judged. They don’t give a damn what others are thinking about them. They do what they want to do. No matter how much you stop them, they will do what they want to do. It is because, for children, happiness is the biggest thing. Doing things, they want to do, gives them happiness.

Adults discriminate. They discriminate against other people on the basis of religion, caste, creed, race, color, place, language, gender, sexual orientation, wealth, social status, etc.

Children don’t discriminate like adults. They don’t care whether you are Hindu, Muslim, Christian, or belong to some other religion. They don’t care whether your skin color is white, black, or dusky. They don’t care for beautiful or ugly. They don’t care whether you are rich or poor. They don’t care whether you are successful or unsuccessful.

Adults do immoral and criminal things. They lack morality. They lack loyalty. They lack honesty. They do all the immoral and criminal things like adultery, extra-marital affairs, rapes, murders, corruption, etc.

Unlike adults, children are innocent. They are pure at heart. They are honest, loyal, and morally correct.

As children start growing, bad qualities start creeping in them. It is the responsibility of parents and teachers to keep their innocence, honesty, and moral values intact. Children are like water. As you put water in a container, it takes the shape of a container. It applies to children also. Whatever you teach children, they will shape according to it. 

Be like children. Be pure at heart. Be innocent. Be morally correct. Be loyal. Be honest. Don’t fear being judged. Don’t discriminate. Be happy.

Be like children.


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