Accompanying Youth in Developing what I call ¨the self

Sonia R
Posted January 30, 2020 from Costa Rica
A live´s lesson learned
No need to explain, my aim explains it.

In a community where our youth is the first generation to have access to high school in their own community, but where their have learned important lessons about life form their local parents and grandparents - the rooted family - I believe we have the responsibility of teaching them to develop the self, not only to harness the opportunities that are opening to them. Some of them have had irresponsible birth fathers and they all need to understand that they do nit have to be like them, but develop their own values by learning the lessons. 

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Jill Langhus
Jan 31
Jan 31

Hi Sonia,

How are you doing? I totally agree. Now if we could get everyone on the same page:-)

Hope you're doing well and that you have a great weekend.

Beth Lacey
Jan 31
Jan 31

Absolutely agree with you

Anita Shrestha
Feb 03
Feb 03

Dear Sis
Thank you very much sharing for this story. Keep it continue

Hello, Sonia,

I love the quote you shared. I, too, agree with you. Raising children is important work. Thank you for reminding us today! Have a great day!

Well thought. We need to change the narrative and give the younger onse space

Ekitah
Feb 10
Feb 10

Hi Sonia!
Yes! No doubt about it. We need to sacrifies to bring these youth up. Thanks for sharing

Anita Kiddu Muhanguzi

Hi Sonia,
How are you doing. A happy new year. It is very true that we need to be on the same page and make sure that we are there for the youth in our community. They are now the majority and the future of the nation so we need to make sure that they are on the right path because they are the future leaders and parents of this nation. Everything we do now will determine what they become.
Thank you so much for sharing. Have a lovely day.

ANNITA
Feb 11
Feb 11

Hello Sonia, thanks for sharing.
I actually agree to the fact that youth actually need alot of training on themselves faced with some ill habits learned from the community and family.
They need to be trained to be the real version of themselves and not an imitation of another person. They need to understand some core values about life....

Tatenda Rukarwa
Feb 12
Feb 12

Hello Sonia,
Yes our children learn from their parents and we need to raise them in a such a manner that they don't become replica's of past mistakes rather they need to be agents of change and become better persons.

Marie Abanga
Feb 22
Feb 22

Dear Sonia,

What a laudable initiative. DF is so right, it is far easier and more commendable to build great kids than to repair broken adults. All the best for your project and so keep us updated.

Light and love
Marie

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