Write a new post in response to the one-word prompt: NERVE
I’m not always confident of myself. I tried to learn skating, I fell more times than I like to count. One of the kids in school asked me, “Miss why don’t you skate?”
My reply, “because I was down more than I was up.”
He liked my response, he thought, ‘ I can skate, she can’t, hurrah for me!’
Then I went to learn swimming, I failed again, I was afraid I’d drown.
Now I’m sticking to the reading challenge. I read 14 books since January 4th. Now I can carry a sign which says, “Hey I read 14 books in less than three months.”
I get the point from now onward I must not tread in dangerous waters, right?
Day Seven: Make the most of Events
Today’s assignment: Create a recurring blogging event on your site, and/or make plans to attend a blogging conference.
Blogging Event: In Other Words
In this weekly event draw inspiration from a well-known quote.
Recurring weekly Wednesday-
Today is Tuesday, but I will write a post today on quotes and another one tomorrow to follow the recurring weekly Wednesday.
The famous quote I picked today is : Let us sacrifice our today so that our children can have a better tomorrow-
A.P.J Abdul Kalam
Sacrifice is the key word in this quote. Our children need our support mentally, physically and financially. This is the reason we should sacrifice our pleasure by earning and saving for our children to enable them to have a better tomorrow.
Besides financial, mental and physical support is necessary too. Little minds at times can be confused by viewing the world by themselves. We can help by explaining things they fail to understand.
They need physical support in infancy, parents’ assistance enables them to grow up as confident human beings.