Our children are capable of giving us important pearls of wisdom in their own playful way. It is up to the parents to imbibe these lessons
By Team ParentCircle
ParentCircle is delighted to announce the winners of the #LessonsFromChildren Contest 2017, which was conducted as part of the Children's Day celebrations. It was nice to see that you cherish your little ones and imbibe important learnings from them. We loved the cute photographs with your kids that you shared with us. We thank all the participants for your lively, colourful and heart-warming pictures and messages. Hearty congratulations to the winners!
Congratulations to all the winners! We extend our heartfelt gratitude and best wishes to all the participants who made the contest a huge success.
"Children are the living messages we send to a time we will not see."
This quote by former US President, John F Kennedy, embodies how important the contribution of children is, to our lives and our society. There are many lessons that our little angels teach us such as -- being happy and laughing without needing a reason, staying true to yourself, feeling joy in the small things in life and having a big heart to forgive and forget. Many of the parents who have written to us, talk about the little things that their children do, that makes a huge difference.
Some of these invaluable lessons that we learn from children, hold us in good stead in difficult times. This overwhelming contribution has been expressed very well by the many dynamic individuals who reached out to us @ParentCircle to tell us about their bond with their children.
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