Short and to The Point


While at the playground with my grandchildren, I couldn’t help but think of all the negative in this world they are surrounded by. I snapped this shot of my youngest grandson who is 17 months and wonder what will it be like for him and his brother in the next five, ten or fifteen years from now. 

It is imperative for adults, that includes me and you…to be more involved with the youth of today. When naked truths are exposed and it takes the courage of young people to step up, something is terribly wrong in our culture. Those who are not conversant in the lives of our children should not be surprised as to what they may do. Those who set poor examples of behavior for our children need to stop. Children live and breathe by our behavior. Our children are always watching. Our children are always listening. 

Children are valuable. Even though they are unfinished in life,

they still make our society a whole.

Please share your thoughts. Let’s talk…

 

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5 thoughts on “Short and to The Point

  1. As cliche as it sounds, our children are our future, we all benefit when we recognize how to change things for the better!

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  2. Adults are corrupted by desires and greed and fear of losing keeps the adults from doing the right thing.

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    1. Definitely! Thanks for sharing your insight.

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