Month: February 2019

Now I Know




126                                                                                                                      02/19/2019


We are all here to live every situation we can imagine, good or bad; right or wrong; positive or negative. Why? So we can learn from the experience as part of the adventure of life.  Murray Kibblewhite



 Last night when I was on my evening stroll after dinner before the sun had set on a fine warm summers day, I passed a house. On the porch a young mother was watching her husband play with their son.

On the lawn the father was passing a rugby football to his young son who would push past him and dot the ball down as if he had scored a try. The most important part of the activity was the father who kept saying to his son, “Feel it. Feel it. Feel it.”

When I was that boy’s age my father never played with me, never gave instructions on how to play and never ever said the words, “Feel it. Feel it. Feel it.”

There is power in saying those words. To know the feeling of success, achievement or winning before you are successful, means you know what you are striving for. The inner feeling of winning can give you the incentive to carry on, to strive harder and push beyond your perceived limitations, as they are only thoughts in your head.

What if every father helped educate and train his children by telling them to, “Feel it. Feel it. Feel it” after they had successfully completed any or every activity in their lives?

 So, help your child experience and feel success.


So what is the learning here?

As a parent your responsibility is to help your children grow successfully through positive experiences and their own achievements. Your learning is to help them learn the feelings of success.  Check out the videos to see other ways you can help your child.

All life’s experiences are opportunities to learn. The challenge is to decide, what is the real lesson to be learnt?

How to use:-

1) Accept you need to change your Attitude and Actions on a daily basis.

2) Read, view, discuss and learn other ways. Set time aside daily to study.

3) Practice a new action until it becomes a better habit. Then discuss with your friends.

Check out these links:-

To the blog:  –

 How to help children express their feelings

 The superpowers we can teach children | Ed Fidoe | TEDxStPeterPort

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