across a beautiful project made by a lady. I loved her project and
congratulated her for her creativity. But her reply dampened my mood.
made the school project of her child who was a student of Class I.
prepared was not a match for a student of Class I. It was far ahead of his age.
and I right away told her that her concept was not approachable…she should not
do it…unconsciously she was clipping the creative wings of her child.
not possible for her child to prepare the project all by himself, so she made
to indulge in creativity and if she has inclination towards it, she should
pursue wholeheartedly using her creative ideas to decorate her house, prepare
gifts for special occasions or can also take up as professional commitment…but please
don’t clip the wings of your child.
hurt her but to show her the right path.
child the liberty to use his imagination in school projects and let him prepare
the things all by himself.
one Mother…there are many Mothers who do the same.
and extended family, there are many parents who do the same.
they are not helping their child rather blocking their imaginative power.
such parents who spoon feed their children, I object to it firmly because I don’t
approve this idea.
budding parents not to nip the creative ideas of your children.
power will improve and will give wings to creativity.
bid, they may scatter things around or may spoil the things, but they need that
space to develop.
you too went through the same phase, so keep the patience with your kids.
them take the initiative, guide where they falter.
own hobby and use it for yourself…don’t impose them on your kids.
then the teachers too understand that it is the parent’s skill and child does
not receive due credit.
work is not appreciated.
always be in a lookout for ready-made solution.
high on their own ability.
and in school time, they achieved high marks in all subjects but later in life,
they could not clear any competition. I had watched them closely. All the
homework and school work was done by the parents and the kids mugged up. The
school projects were either bought from market or made by parents. I too was a
kid and watching them achieve feats of success in school, I grew envious of
them n at times despised my parents for not helping. Later in life, I realized
their parent’s mistakes and feel sorry for the children.
mistakes that my relatives did. I accompanied them but never imposed my skills
and the result is that I am satisfied with my children skills, few they have
inherited from us and some they have developed on their own.
the stake of clipping their wings…Watch them soar heights…you will love to
watch their achievements.