It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men. ~ Frederick Douglass
Those who suffer insecurity, lack of confidence or low self-esteem are running a script that overrides the innate knowledge of our divine origin and infinite potential. Human babies are tabula rasa and come into the world utterly dependent on others. Every iteration of a person’s growth from lifting the head to walking is a learned skill, unlike animals which fast forward to adult competencies in mere months. The spine of the infant from sacrum to cervical vertebrates continues to form from C to S curvature in the months after birth shaped by the child’s repeated movement.
The human child learns internal dialogue just the way he or she learns to relate to the physical world. We are literally shaped by external influences. Adults who suffer even slight lack of self-esteem might be surprised at how small an influence sent thier inner child careening into an exponential abyss of self-doubt. As parents, we must be conscious of the vulnerability of the fledgling souls placed in our care. We are not in charge of the outcome of our child’s life choice but we are in charge of their belief in their own divine nature and pure potential. Parent or not your inner child is calling. Can you answer with patience and love?
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