Opening the Mind of Children | Giving Worlds of Experiences

I used to wonder how many important things we’re dropping along the way. Life has endless chances for us, there are no missed trains, it’s such a huge airport.

Every person you see in the street has a thousand thoughts in their mind, and loads of connections with other people, with their life, families, partners, fears, goals, failures, burdens…. And we only focus on our obsessions and fears. The mind of children gives an insight on how the future will look.




Sometimes, I ask myself, how am I going to show my daughter how magnificent this world can be, if I cannot get out of my inner perception and way?

I think, the most important point is to try to let them open their minds in all possible ways, so they are able to see and find out the giant forest full of paths that is life. To not to get fixed with only one idea or direction. Respect and humbleness are the indispensable tools for it to be possible.

So, maybe, we should start spreading their little wings giving them a lesson of honesty and unselfishness (starting from ourselves) so they will create the less possible filters in front of their eyes. Life is not black or white. It’s not even in grey scale. Life… life is pure color and intensity. Such a thunderstorm of intrinsic emotions and fears, softness and hardness mixed together, like an unstoppable waltz between what your mind wants you to accomplish, and what your instinct is aching for.

The same goes for the mind of children, our children.

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My work and soul are focused on visceral effort. On the hunger of something better. The freedom of discipline. The righteousness of honesty and humbleness. The intense power of bowing down. The abruptness of finding your way to a safe place. The peace when you finally find it. That’s why I work on motivation, inner inspiration and self-empowerment.

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