The Perspective of a Child

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2014-03-25 17.10.29

The perspective of a child is simple. It is dependent upon those who raised the child and how they have loved them or neglected them. Children are vulnerable and clean of heart. It is the influence of their relatives, discipline, friends, teachers, education, media, video games, and TV that changes their perspective.

What have your children been exposed to and why? Are there places or people in their lives that are contributing to their childhood with goodness and positive guidance? Are there people or circumstances that are oppressing or providing negative influences in their lives?

As parents we are responsible for the upbringing of our children. We are there to love them, discipline them, guide them, instill values and goodness in their hearts and give them the opportunity to be a responsible citizen and kind hearted, generous person in our world. Giving our children love, confidence, faith, a good example through our own lives and opportunities to grow are the most important gifts we can give to facilitate a pure and simple perspective from our children.

Always be aware of the perspective of your children.

Copyright 2014 Lori Hadorn-Disselkamp

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Lori Hadorn-Disselkamp is first and foremost a mother of four children under the age of 17. She has been married to the love of her life, Aaron, for over 19 years. Lori has been writing at her own website Faith Filled Mom for over 6 years. She writes about the journey of faith we live daily and how we can recognize God in this world. She has completed her 3rd year of teaching theology at a high school level and is also a current student of Loyola University Extension Program of Ministry earning a Master’s Degree in Religious Education. Her life is busy, exciting, overwhelming at times but always bursting with her faith in God. Lori hopes that you will find something that might touch your heart in her writing so that she can continue to pursue her purpose in life; to bring people closer to God one word, one moment at a time.

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