Sunday, October 26, 2008

Do You Believe In Me?

I found this to be inspiring. Please hear what our children have to say. Our children are our future. They rely on us to take them there safely, securely, and with confidence. The rest is up to them; and if we believe in them, they will succeed.

8 comments:

Lucy said...

That was really something.

Janie said...

That was a great speach and really so true. Our children do need us. Many children don't have good parents in these times. Hope you have a blessed Sunday. Janie

Bucko (a.k.a., Ken) said...

He has a bright future.

Alice said...

Can't get videos with dial-up. Our children do need encouragement from all aspects :).....alice

Tracy said...

i cant see it cause my computers too slow :) but im sure it was great! hope you have a good week. hugs

Cathy said...

Yes - and 60 years ago people said the same about us. Children grow up to be the adults they're expected to be. If nothing's expected, don't complain if nothing get's done. This child knows someone expects him to use his gifts, and he'll be helped on the way. Is he in the majority? Wish it were so. http://cathy-daretothink/blogspot.com/

Joyce said...

It's an old adage, but 'children learn what they live'. Great speach.
Hugs, Joyce

a corgi said...

what an inspiring message for both students and teachers/school workers to hear! such a difference teachers can make in the lives of kids if they will just believe in them!!

thanks for sharing :)

betty