Share Skills: Day 205, Chicchan 10

SHARE SKILLS Have you considered ways to share the knowledge you have experienced with children who would be interested in learning from you? You can go about this in many ways.

Tell your stories and teach your skills to family members: your children, grandchildren, nieces, their friends, etc. The library is another resource. Call and schedule talks, storytelling or demonstrations. Contact local schools: public, charter and private and ask for ways you can share your skills with the children. There are also opportunities at trade shows, festivals, conferences and fairs. Be creative, have courage and find fun ways to interact by sharing your passion. Your life will be greatly enhanced!

Parents, do what you can to keep children supplied with art materials and being out in nature. Listen to children when they speak and allow them to freely express their opinions. Develop communication skills in which each of you shares why you believe what you do, without judgment.

Be conscious of the words you speak; you are being listened to and watched by these young eyes and they know when you are not in your integrity. Although they tend to be forgiving, they are still apt to take your idle words as Truth and develop belief codes around them.

Pay attention to how you like to be treated and when appropriate, treat the children in your life the same. We all wish to be loved, heard and understood.

Each child needs to know his boundaries. Set parameters, assuring them they will have more freedom as they master the ones they currently have. Teach them how to spend and save money. Let them earn toys and special treats by sharing with household duties. As they grow older, encourage them to interweave their skills and passion by sharing their gifts with others.

Give children the respect they deserve. Let them feel loved. Speak to them with truth. Allow them to experience life in a safe and nurturing environment and there will be fewer problems in society. Find ways to heighten your experience with every child you encounter. Selamet! Chicchan 10

To read this Message in its entirety, scroll to Day 205 at: Please include this web address when posting and sharing with others. Many blessings, Theresa Crabtree


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