Wednesday, March 23, 2011

already emerged

We look at our children as they grow and wonder, 
"What will they be when they grow up?" 
rather than pondering, "Who are they now?".
We wait for them to emerge... but they already have emerged. 
They are themselves... already.
Don't anticipate who they will be; explore who they are now.
Pay attention to the "now"... as much as, if not more then... the "future"

inspired from: what I wish for you, by patti digh

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