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Motivational daytime stories

The post I shared yesterday made me think thoroughly about how I want my kids to grow up. Therefore, as I have two of my own, I came up with an idea. May not be genuine (I guess there are people already doing this, not sure though), but it’s what I will use for guiding my kids: motivational daytime stories.

Why not going for the classic stories? Because they all have the same good and evil pattern. There, I said it. All bedtime stories follow patterns.

So, here comes a question: are kids taught to think? Or are kids only presented to fantasy? Yes, fantasy builds creativity. But a controlled fantasy, that puts those little gears to work, may be a better way to let creativity come to light.

At least that’s how I see things…

I’d love some feedback on the topic, so I prepared a few questions below, for a better understanding:

  • Do you think this may change anything?
  • Do you believe in a better world for the generations to come?
  • Do you think grown-ups need similar daytime stories as well?

Love,
A.

8 Responses to Motivational daytime stories

  • Bornintothewildlife, whatever can be an inspiration to follow their true selves is a good idea. And see the real beauty of things). So, whatever you may think to be uplifting and beneficial to their bringing will do 😊

    I promise I’ll share the first story soon. And I’d love to know all your opinions, guys 😊

  • Bornintothewildlife, whatever can be an inspiration to follow their true selves is a good idea. And see the real beauty of things). So, whatever you may think to be uplifting and beneficial to their bringing will do 😊

    I promise I’ll share the first story soon. And I’d love to know all your opinions, guys 😊

  • I kinda feel like sometimes as a society we shelter children too much and then bang, they get older and we expect them to be full adults without raising with the proper tools or knowledge on how the real world is. You’re right, our children books follow the same pattern, I never thought of it for bluntly. Hmmm, make me think what other books could we read them?? Maybe folktales???

  • I kinda feel like sometimes as a society we shelter children too much and then bang, they get older and we expect them to be full adults without raising with the proper tools or knowledge on how the real world is. You’re right, our children books follow the same pattern, I never thought of it for bluntly. Hmmm, make me think what other books could we read them?? Maybe folktales???

  • Yet another big piece dear! I am concluding my class for the semester and will get in touch. Keep writing ; keep being you!

  • Yet another big piece dear! I am concluding my class for the semester and will get in touch. Keep writing ; keep being you!

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