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03-Jun-2012

No Kidding Around

What Children Teach Us

Spending time with children is a perfect opportunity to see the world from a more open and unrestricted vantage point. These big souls in small bodies are true teachers, gifting their wisdom in so many ways. If you haven’t lately, take some time to learn and be inspired by observing children as they discover how to navigate the big, wide world. For instance, when a child falls down, she may cry, but she’ll muster the courage to get up and walk again. Kids constantly provide examples of how to keep smiling, keep going and keep growing, no matter the obstacles before them.

Play is an important element of life, whatever your chronological age, so find time once in awhile to go to a children’s movie, swing on a swing, make sand castles, or do some yoga with your little ones. You’ll find yourself lightening up and letting go more at work and at home. See the world through a child’s eyes—and rediscover the magical wisdom of youth.

Celebrate your inner child with Snatam Kaur (video)

Recommended: Recovery of Your Inner Child by Lucia Capacchione and Affirmations for the Inner Child by Rokelle Lerner

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Charan Kamal Kaur commented on 11-Jun-2012 03:39 PM4 out of 5 stars

It was so beautiful..it brought me to tears. Thank you

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