Be like children…

Be happy like a children… Enjoy the laughter, purity, unconditional happiness, joy, peace…(Photo courtesy from sis Nicole Lee)

Be happy like a children… Enjoy the laughter, purity, unconditional happiness, joy, peace, honesty…(Photo courtesy from sis Nicole Lee)

Do you notice that children smiles so often?

Do you notice that children can smile for no reason?

It’s so great to see their happy faces.

Do you notice that children can cry this moment and they can also laugh in next moment?

They are totally forget why are they crying.

They don’t keep grudges and also revenge.

Do you notice that children are not worry about failure?

They’ll walk again when they fall down.

They’ll try again when they fail.

Do you notice that children love to ask questions?

They’ll keep asking until they get an answer.

Do you notice that children is so “Real” and “Pure”, they give honest answer?

When they are sad, they cry, when they are happy, they smile!

They never wear any “Mask”… Not like us, sometimes we love to “ACTING”.

Ask yourself,

“Do you smile often?”

“Are your smile subject to external factor?”

“Can you smile from your heart?”

“Do you keep grudges?”

“Do you remember why are you crying?

“Do you blame others when you fail?

“Do you ask or you just accept whatever people saying?

“Do you love “acting” or you wear different “Mask” or are you “genuine”?

Great to learn from the world of children, and be like “children”…

We can gain back our smiles, unconditional happiness, peaceful and undisturbed mind, purity,……..

Take a try!

May you be like children, be always happy and well!

SMILE ALWAYS!

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21 responses to “Be like children…

  1. Wonderful reminders Lijiun! I think adults put too much value on “sophistication”. Children are simple and live without pretenses. Why do we adults think we’re better if we can “fool” someone with our “acting”. Living from one’s heart and from a space of pure awareness, genuineness is what should be valued.

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  3. Children live in the NOW. As we grow older and are conditioned to think of past and future, that one reality is taken away from us….if we allow it

  4. We must never cease from exploration. And the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we began and to know the place for the first time.” -T S Eliot

    To arrive back where we began as children… Thank you for your blog.

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