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In The Mind Of a Child

Rubber band (Elastic). Deutsch: Gummibänder

Rubber band (Elastic).  (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Children are always deemed innocent in their way of thinking or even in the actions that they do. I have even heard people saying that if people would behave just like kids then the world would be just fine. This is because children fighting one moment easily forget their quarrels very first and still move on as friends the next moment. Children look up into their parents in anything that they need and it’s obvious to hear kids praising what their father or mother has done for them.

Just yesterday, I was just basking outside my home and just nearby a number of girls were playing a popular game that involves tying of rubber bands where two girls are expected to stretch them on both ends. I was at least able to grasp that any girl jumping would lose by what they branded ‘burnt’. Before the starting of the game, one girl ran to her mother and sought help to ask the girlfriends to allow her to be the first one to play.

Being a small girl, it became evident how she knew that her mother would be of great influence of having her wish granted. So I think children ought to be treated right in their tender age. Remember as children are growing up, their day to day experiences is what determines their life of tomorrow.

At times, when I get an opportunity to have a chat with my son and he truly has many things to talk about. But one thing if a child asks to be bought something maybe even a toy, he/she expects to get it. Let’s say that if as a parent you say that you have no cash to make the purchase, the child will always point out he/she has seen your lots of money. It may just be a few coins but the child thinks that its just a lot of cash.