One who observes and thinks about what has been seen, what has passed by my way, what greater meaning lies behind and beneath life's small events.
Those children are our future - teach them well.
If only there a poster of that somewhere.
It is so important to teach them well.
Parents need to be the ones in charge, not the other way around.
I am from an era when in Public Schools the Bible was used for memory work. In the 3rd Grade one of the scriptures was the 100th Psalm. It is still there in my head today among many more. I enjoy seeing children 'perform' or take part in church. Their actions as well as their 'talent' is lovely and entertaining.ThanksSherry & jack
Imagining Bible verses in school is beyond imagination!
PS: Children's children ARE the JOY of our lives. I tell my grand daughter, yes honey Stella is sweet and beautiful, BUT not as sweet as you were! For me it is the Grands, not the great grands. I love to see my sons act so silly over their grands, as I did OURS> ;-)
Our kids becoming gr-parents is such a great thot. I only hope we'll be around to see that!
Such a song!
I immediately thought of the song by Crosby, Stills, and Nash. Teach Your Children Well. My children and grandchildren have been the joys of my life.
That is an awesome song. Heard it many years ago, didn't think much about it, until I had children.
Have to teach the kiddos well, which many seem not to do, as they are too all about me.
Have met many parents like that when teaching.
Some people just don't know how important this is until it is too late.
My children are super parents. We must have done well when were their age. OUr babies were/are our focus during our parenting.
You are the light of the world! This kiddo is well motivated.
So much truth is so few words.
I remember when almost everyone went to church, the pledge was honored, and students didn't talk back to their teachers. Those days are not these days, or at least in large part they are not. :(
Go ahead...it won' t hurt...I'd love to hear what you think!