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share a poem

time:2022-10-07 16:47:39source:monlittlebaby.com author:Diet
share a poem

Lebanese poet Gibran: "Children" Your sons and daughters are actually not your sons and daughters. He is the child born of life's longing for itself. They came into the world through you, but not because of you...you can give them your love, but not your thoughts, because they have their own thoughts. You can shelter their bodies, but not their souls, because their souls belong to tomorrow, a tomorrow that you can't even dream of. . . . you are the bow, and children are arrows from you. ...with joy, bend in the hands of the archer, for he loves the arrow that flies all the way, and the bow that is so steady. In this poem, it is about the many conflicts and unhappiness between us and our children. We take care of everything in the name of love, and the children lose their motivation and sense of responsibility for growth, depriving them of their space for self-development. Depressed and breathless under the attention, confrontation and alienation, even resentment, hurt the original close parent-child relationship. Children exist as independent individuals who come into this world through us, but children do not belong to us, only to themselves. As parents, our responsibility is not to let our children save face, but to help them improve themselves, learn to make choices, learn to take corresponding responsibilities for their own choices and behaviors, and even give them the right to make mistakes.
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