A race analogous to the discipline of life. It's about an opportunity to learn a life lesson and apply it to your goals.
These techniques will help parents build trust and predictability in children which in hindsight will lead them to behave better.
Peace be Upon you Friends ! This week's topic is Nature. God gave us the earth to serve us and our needs. It protects us but have we protected it? Have we respected God's blessing to us? Our kids (unfortunately) have to be more vigilant about protecting the environment. I have added some thinking questions... Continue Reading →
When a child is born, they can’t see, so they recognize their caregivers through the sense of smell, and as soon as their eyesight gets better, they associate that smell to a face. When they start to speak, they associate that face with a name.
Chronic parental pressure begins the day a child is born and it probably never ends. We want to do everything perfectly and ensure that we raise a successful child. Who doesn't want an A-grader, class topper and a child who is flawless in every area of their life?
“You can't connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backward. So you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future. You have to trust in something – your gut, destiny, life, karma, whatever." - Steve Jobs
My blog is about Parenting in a Multicultural society. The beauty of the world lies in the diversity of its people. Differences can become strengths only if we are willing to learn and appreciate them. My blog will mostly be about promoting cultural diversity and raising social awareness.
Peace be upon you Readers! I usually pack notes in my kid's lunch boxes because it gives them relief knowing that I am still thinking about them. You never know what sort of situation your child is facing alone, and maybe by reading your encouraging words, they might feel better. A few days ago, I... Continue Reading →