To live like yourself

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Hello. I have talked about the importance of knowing yourself. That’s the first step to living your life as yourself, right?

By knowing your own values and characteristics, and having judgment criteria that suit you, you can find your own way of life. It’s also important to take care of yourself. By having your own opinion and living your life honestly, you can increase your self-esteem and reduce stress.

I’ve talked about “Parents’ causality rewards children“, and it seems that children synchronize with their parents. In other words, by facing your child, you may be able to realize your true identity. Children have a pure and honest way of thinking, which can help them realize their own true feelings. Also, spending time with children is a good opportunity to reflect on yourself.

As I interact with my nephews and nieces, there are many times when I think, “When I was in elementary school, I thought about this too.” It gives me an opportunity to look back on my past self.

There are many things you can discover about yourself by working with children. Children are like mirrors of ourselves, and through them we have the opportunity to reexamine our own actions, emotions, and values. Furthermore, children’s innocence, purity, and curiosity remind us of important things that we tend to forget as we grow up.

Children express their emotions openly. They express exactly what they feel: joy, anger, sadness, surprise. When they don’t like something, they shout, “I don’t like it!” While adults often suppress their emotions due to society’s rules and expectations, children openly acknowledge and express their emotions. However, please don’t shout “I don’t like it!” in public.

Rather than suppressing your emotions, it is important to acknowledge and understand that “this is how I feel.”

Also, children are very curious about new things. They enjoy experiencing, learning and growing in everything. Their eyes are sparkling, aren’t they? At a time when adults are tired of their daily hustle and bustle, they remind us of the joy of learning new things and the joy of growth.

By interacting with children in this way, we can reexamine our inner selves and re-understand ourselves. It serves as an opportunity for us to remember things, as if saying, “Now that I think about it, I was interested in this kind of thing. This seems like an important step for us to live as ourselves. There is a lot to learn from children, so please cherish the time you spend with them.

Parents’ causality rewards children

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