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Today’s post is a mother’s promise to her child. A promise for a better future. A promise for a better tomorrow. Keep reading if you want to know how this mama tries to instil values in her little one.
A Value, a Day – Promise for a better tomorrow.
Spending every day and night with our baby we tend to become possessive and a lot more protective, as a parent I am no different.
However one day, I simply questioned myself; “Will I be there to protect him always, do I have a promise for tomorrow? The fact is none of us have that promise, then “What are the most important things I want my son to know if I am not there tomorrow”? And I decided to write a letter for 7 days teaching 7 values; a value, a day!
It’s my promise for his better today & even more protected tomorrow. Take a look and join me to help kids in their journey of this challenging life!
It’s a Monday, time to learn to be MINDFUL. The only Mantra to live is to “LET IT GO” and free yourself- You can’t control everything, sometimes you just need to relax and have FAITH. & just let life happen.
It’s Tuesday, time to be THANKFUL my child for all that you have. The more thankful you are, the more reasons you will have to be thankful for, consider this there are people who will never have what you have, Right Now!
It’s a the third day of the week and it’s time to be WISE, it’s important not just what all you know, learn, or earn but how you use your knowledge, learnings, & earnings
T is for Thursday and T is for Trustworthiness. Make your promises with good intentions and keep it! Never play with anyone’s emotions, try to be the reason for someone’s smile. Choose love for its very rare!
Fridays are for Fun, but it’s even more to learn, be FEARLESS. Never let the fear of what would happen? Or what others say? Stop you from trying to achieve your dreams. Be fearless for what you want
Day to set yourself free, but first learn to have SELF- CONTROL. The more you get the ability to direct your life, the better you feel. Either choose a pain of discipline or a pain of regret.
It’s a lazy day, but let’s make it a SERVICE day. No one can help everyone but everyone can help someone. Be more empathetic, be grounded and be useful to others.
Every Religion teaches us to be HUMAN first, help those who are in need and not just who is of your religion, caste or nation.
Disclaimer: This article first appeared on The Mommy Blog. It was submitted by Chitra Vakilna Taneja of adaywithababy as a part of guest post series. She’s a stay-at-home mom and holds a degree in Business Management. This is not a sponsored post. The Mommy Blog was not compensated in any way for publishing this article.