DP Daily Prompt: BFFS
When I think of “BFFS”, I see my mother in my mind’s eye. She has taught me a lot of lessons. I talk about them,think, and write whenever the opportunity presents itself.
One of the lessons she taught me and wanted me to follow strictly was never say anything bad about any one. If you don’t like someone whatever the reason may be strike those names off your head. Do not think about them at all. You can achieve a lot with your mind. read a book .Think of the characters. Write about them. Pick one you liked most. Write a short paragraph explaining ,what was special about him/her.
When you’ve done that. Write a book review,your review may or may not help your reader, but you’ve used your time well. You will forget about people who rub you the wrong way.
You can also help your siblings with their homework. They can certainly use it.
Keep your brain occupied with things that can help you and others.
When I’d listened to her, I’d think “what a neat way to occupy my brain.”
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Thank you for this. I think this is a very good lesson your mother taught about not talking badly about anyone.
All good wishes,
Thank you Robert.
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Thank you so mush for reading my post.
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