Teaching Children About Gratitude
Teaching children gratitude is all about their attitude. More importantly, it's about the parent’s attitude and the mirror image they portray to their children and the rest of the world.
Gratitude is such a brilliant gift that has been bestowed upon us if we choose it. The sophistication of this gift is simple. It is a choice. Be thankful for what you have, who you are and who you can be.
It's all about perception. It doesn't matter what social status you come from, what your wallet has in it or how you were culturally raised.
Be thankful for what you have and feel right now in this exact moment in time.
Hard times and good times, these are all opportunities to acknowledge gratitude.
Give a shout out to gratitude. As we teach our children to witness this invisible mind thought, the concept emerges within them just as easy as they learn how to brush their teeth, their ABC's or how to tie their shoes.
These are life skills they will use throughout their entire life.
Gratitude can be a wholesome part of your healthy intentional conscious parenting routine.
Gratitude opens doors and feeds our souls.
It's so important for parents to demonstrate and teach their children how beneficial this life skill is.
The invisible vibration and feelings of the words and frequency of being thankful from the smallest to the biggest experiences. Whether it's winning the lottery or having a butterfly land on your hand, it's all special and beautiful.
Getting in touch with the vibration of gratitude fills your children with emotional rewards.
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Supporting The Inner Light Of The Children, Carol Lawrence and Stacy Toten